Have any questions about your Parade application or creative design? Register your group for a session at our Parade Community Creative Ideas Workshop!
Mardi Gras members will be sent a unique Zoom link to join the AGM, and a unique link to vote for candidates.
"What a big month it has been since my last update. Firstly, I’m pleased to officially share with you that the 2021 Parade is going ahead."
Australia’s beloved celebration of pride and diversity, the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade is happening on Saturday 6 March 2021 at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
We invite you to watch at home, light a candle (real or digital) and reflect with us on the friends and family we have lost.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meetings of Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras and Mardi Gras Arts Limited will be held on Saturday 5 December 2020 commencing at 11am.
We are sad to report that a few weeks after turning 98, 78er Kendall Lovett has passed away.
More than 80 organisations have come together to urge the NSW Parliament not to implement One Nation NSW’s Religious Discrimination Bill.
ARIA Award-winning chanteuse Montaigne will headline our very first 'Express Yourself – Queer Discovery' showcase!
Mardi Gras and APRA AMCOS are on the hunt to present Australia’s next generation of queer music artists in the Express Yourself – Queer Discovery showcase series.
Let's have some HAPPY HOURS! Eastside Sydney is celebrating Surry Hills and Darlinghurst with local businesses offering special retail promotions, art exhibitions, live performances plus yummy food and drink deals.
We are inviting interested persons to submit an expression of interest for our People and Nominations Committee.
Were you at the first Mardi Gras held on 24 June 1978? Did you attend any of the subsequent marches and rallies in June, July and August 1978?
"For those I haven’t met, my name is Albert and I started as the CEO of the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras in January."
Today, 10 September 2020, is a special anniversary – on this day 50 years ago, a foundation stone was laid for what we today call our LGBTQI+ communities, in the form of a newspaper article which helped open plenty of closet doors.