Adelaide LGBTIQ Events - A Community Calendar
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most community groups are currently not meeting. To protect yourself and others, avoid all unnecessary contact with
other people and follow all advice issued by the Australian Department of Health via their website. Conditions are changing constantly, so check
back periodically for the latest advice.
If you are feeling socially isolated, see the Services and COVID-19 pages on this website for people you can contact. Various phone and online services such as Q Life and Lifeline are still operating as usual, and services like Bfriend are still available via phone and email to offer support to LGBTIQA+ South
Resources for LGBTIQA+ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Sometimes it can be hard to find your mob or someone you can have a yarn with, but it can make such a difference!
This page is designed to help LGBTIQA+ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people connect with community. Here you'll find information about groups in South Australia, and information about online resources that are available in other parts of Australia.
If there's something you think is missing from this page, let us know by emailing [email protected] and we'll include it so we can keep growing this page.
South Australian groups
Moolagoo Mob & Blak Lemons
Moolagoo Mob & Blak Lemons is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander group which offers a social and support network for those who identify as gay, lesbian, sistergirl, or brotherboy. They meet every month in a friendly, safe and confidential environment to:
• Build new friendships
• Offer support to newly-identifying gay, lesbian, sistergirls, and brotherboys
• Share information
• Celebrate their unique culture and diversity.
Check them out on Facebook.
Black Rainbow is a national advocacy platform and touchpoint for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer, Transgender, and Intersex (LGBQTI) peoples. They support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBQTI people through a variety of community projects and initiatives.
Sistergirls & Brotherboys
A Facebook group for gender diverse Aboriginal people. Family, friends and supports are also welcome to join.
Yarns Heal is a suicide prevention campaign for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy community.
Their website contains information, including support services that Indigenous people can contact if needing support.
gar’ban’djee’lum is a Brisbane-based, independent social and support network for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people with diverse genders, bodies, sexualities and relationships. They do many things including supporting the community, promoting healthy lifestyles, and advocating for the community.