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
Youth groups and events
If contact details listed below are incorrect or not working, please advise us via email at [email protected]
Adelaide Hills LGBTIQ Youth Support Group
Social and support group for young people in Mount Barker.
Meets fortnightly on Tuesdays from 4pm to 6pm.
Mount Gambier LGBTIQ+ Youth Group
headspace Mount Gambier is an inclusive and safe space for young people aged 12-25. This includes those who identify as sexually or gender diverse, or are unsure about their sexual or gender identity. Do you want to come and hang out with other sexually and gender diverse young people, play games, chill, and participate in fun activities? It’s free to attend and you don’t have to be a headspace client, all young people are welcome.
Meets fortnightly on Tuesdays 5:30pm - 7:30pm at headspace Mount Gambier, 171 Commercial St East.
They also have a secret Facebook group where you can keep up-to-date with the next dates and connect with the other youth group members. To join, email Jess.
Parents of Gender Diverse Children
Parents of Gender Diverse Children provides direct support to parents and those parenting trans and gender diverse children of any age all over Australia. They can provide information, referrals, peer support and connections withing the community. They also host periodic catch-ups for families.
Parents of Gender Gender Diverse Children also provides tailored professional development and speakers to small and large groups. Their speakers are experienced panellists , presenters and facilitators.
For more information visit www.pgdc.org.au/
Queer Youth Drop-in (FEAST)
A social space organised by Feast Festival for LGBTQIA+ 14-25 year olds to hang out, meet others, and be yourself!
Events run second and fourth Thursday of the month at SAMESH, 57 Hyde St in the CBD.
More details can be found athttps://www.facebook.com/feastdropin/
The Rainbow Owl
The Rainbow Owl has resources and information for trans and gender diverse children and young people.
For more info, http://www.the-rainbow-owl.com/
Rainbow Space is a group for young people (12-17) who identify as LGBTIQ. The group aims to provide a safe space to build resilience, develop new skills, obtain peer support and meet like minded people. Due to COVID-19, the group is currently meeting online.
Rainbow Volunteering SA
A social and learning space for LGBTIQA+ youth aged 12-15. Held fortnightly on Saturdays in the Salisbury CBD.
(Tea Tree Gully)
Ready stands for Rainbow Education and Alliance of Diverse Youths and aims to allow LGBT+ youths (aged 15-22) across the North-Eastern suburbs to connect in a safe space.
For more information, please see their Facebook: www.facebook.com/RainbowEducationAllianceDiverseYouth/
Southern Fleurieu Q+
For gender and sexually diverse people and their allies, up to age 25. Snacks provided.
Meets every three weeks, 4.00pm - 6.00pm.
Southern Rainbow Youth
A social support group in the southern suburbs for LGBTIQA+ young people aged 16-25. Facilitated by headspace Onkaparinga.
Different activities will take place each fortnight including quiz/games nights, movie nights, badge making, etc.
Whyalla LGBTIQA+ Youth Group
A youth group for young people aged 16 - 25 who identify as LGBTIQA+ and live in or near Whyalla. Meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month.
Contact Courtney: 8641 4330
See the flyer for more information.
Youspace is a group program for young people (12-17) who identify as gender questioning, gender-diverse and transgender. The group aims to provide a safe space to build resilience, develop new skills, obtain peer support and meet like minded people. Due to COVID-19, the group is currently meeting online.