https://www.bendigopridefestival.com.au/ The Bendigo PRIDE Festival presents a month long program that includes a variety of events that everyone in the rainbow can enjoy – from family days, to dance parties, to art exhibitions, to comedy nights, to picnic in the park, football matches, theatre, music and spoken word performance, as well of course, the latest and greatest queer films selected from the Melbourne Queer Film Festival that are set to form the Bendigo Queer Film Festival itself. Accessibility information is Unavailable Located in Bendigo, Victoria
February 2020 (date to be confirmed) The Festival Line-up is here! Whether it’s dancing the night away, Queer cinema, a night out with friends or chilling in the great outdoors with your rainbow family and friends – we have you covered! Check out the festival line-up here! Event Key locations are: Opening Night @ the Piano Bar, Queer Film screening @ the Pivotonian, Geelong Pride March & Fair day @ Johnstone Park. Accessibility information is Unavailable Located in Geelong, Victoria
https://www.chilloutfestival.com.au/ Thursday, 5 March, 2020 – Monday, 9 March, 2020All Day ChillOut Festival is held annually in Daylesford, Victoria and is Australia’s largest and most popular regional LGBTIQA+ event. Appropriate age/s: This is a family friendly events Multiple events held key location around the township of Daylesford and Victoria ParkBallan-Daylesford Rd, Daylesford, VIC. Some Wheelchair accessible and Auslan interpreter Accessibility will be available. Located in Daylesford Victoria.
http://outintheopen.org.au/ 22 Oct – 1 Nov 2020 Greater Shepparton’s festival celebrating LGBTIQA+ pride & community diversity – join in all the fun for Carnival Day & so much more! Event Key locations are: Many events will be scattered throughout the week-long Festival and in-and-around Greater Shepparton to give locals and visitors a taste of what Greater Shepparton has to offer. This event is Wheelchair accessible and has hearing Loops. Located in Shepparton Victoria.
From 23 October – 3 November 2020 Geelong Pride Film Festival will bring you a special online event. We’ll have packages of films from our 2020 festival that you can watch at home. We can’t wait to share these great films with our community. Geelong Pride Film Festival is supported by Deakin University, City of Greater Geelong, Provincial Media, Victorian Government, WorkSafe Victoria, Piano Bar Geelong and Creative Geelong. When we are able to, we will be back supporting our favourite venues The Pivotonian Cinema and Platform Arts. In the meantime we will be bringing you fabulous content online. We hope you’ll join us
https://frolicfestival.org/ Save the date for 2020 – November 12 to 18 LGBTIQA+ arts & culture events in Ballarat. Including to art exhibitions dance parties, live performance & so much more! Multiple events held key location around the city of Ballarat. This is a family friendly events. Accessibility information is Unavailable Located in Ballart, Victoria
https://fb.me/e/db1cBAs1Q November 20th from 8pm Transgender Day of Remembrance is an important day for the trans community.You are invited to join in a live streamed candle lighting ceremony from 8pm on Nov 20th to honour the lives lost to transphobic violence and show your support for the communities, groups, and activists fighting not only to survive, but also for the safety and rights of trans and gender-diverse people all over the world. This is a free event, but we are also providing the opportunity for individuals and organisations to sponsor a candle, starting from $10+ with the money raised
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