La guía de los establecimientos y asociaciones gays y lesbianas de Brisbane
Brisbane Pride Festival started in 1990 as a means of organising and promoting public events and activities that contribute to queer culture. The first event was held as a Rally and March through the streets of Brisbane, ending with a small gathering at Musgrave Park, South Brisbane. This day has now grown to encompass a Parade through the city streets and a huge Fair Day. For 13 years the Festival was run by a collective and in 2002 was Incorporated. Pride is now the state's largest and the country's third largest Gay and Lesbian event, attracting more than 50 000 Festival-goers over a four week period in the clear and sunny Spring month of September each year. The Festival is a celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender culture through the arts, sporting, community and political events. The Pride Festival aims to bring lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people of Brisbane together. In the process, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community unites - and through the media, advertising and public visibility, their profile within the wider community grows. Pride Fair Day is the main event with more than 25,00 attending. The Festival is an inclusive, community-based celebration run by Brisbane Pride Inc, a non-profit organisation operated by a voluntary board /working committee, assisted by a trusty band of volunteers.
AUQLD 4006Fortitude Valley30 Helen Street Teneriffe
Orgullo / Gay, Lesbiana, Trans, Bi
Affectionately known to regular patrons as "Sporties", we are the only totally gay owned and operated hotel in Brisbane, we are now in our 22nd year of serving Brisbane's Gay community!
The Sportsman Hotel
AUQLD 4000Spring Hill130 Leichhardt Street
Alojamiento / Gay
The Brisbane Hustlers began in 2004 as Brisbane's premier gay & inclusive rugby team. After a hiatus, the team reformed in 2012, and has been competing in the local Brisbane Suburban Rugby competition since. We are continually seeking players and supporters interested in being involved in a club that is passionate about rugby and involvement in Brisbane's GLBTI community. The team has had great success competing in both national and international competitions, winning the 2014 Purchas Cup, and obtaining a number 2 world ranking at the 2015 Bingham Cup.
Deportes / Gay, Bi, Hetero Friendly
Number 29 is a destination committed to the safe and educated celebration of male to male sexuality.
AUQLD 4006Fortitude Valley29 McLachlan Street
Sex-club / Gay
Brisbane's own independent film festival celebrating LGBT, intersex, queer and gender diverse film, film makers and screen content.