We’re a community run charity working for an LGBTIQA+ inclusive, healthy and safe South Australia.

We advocate for decision-makers to make changes to improve LGBTIQA+ health and rights.

We create opportunities for LGBTIQA+ communities to take action on issues that matter to us.

We increase awareness of LGBTIQA+ experiences in the broader South Australian community.

Featured programs

TransMasc SA Binder Program

Ensuring trans and gender diverse South Australians have affordable and safe access to chest binders. Request a binder TransMasc SA’s…

HIV+ South Australians need consistent healthcare

Quality accessible healthcare is vital for all South Australians, but especially people living with HIV who need timely treatment to…

Rainbow Realities: LGBTIQA+ Experiences of Discrimination in South Australia

SA Rainbow Advocacy Alliance are proud to present Rainbow Realities: LGBTIQA+ Experiences of Discrimination in South Australia. Rainbow Realities is…

Latest news

We’re hiring: Campaigner

22 February 2023
Are you a campaigner with skills in community organising, policy and communications?Want to amplify community voices to make change for LGBTIQA+ South Australia?We’re on the hunt for a highly motivated campaigner with strong communication & organisation skills to lead our…

2022 Annual Information Statement now available

07 January 2023
Want to know more about how our charity is run? Our 2022 Annual Information Statement is now available! As a registered charity, we’re committed to being open and transparent about the money we bring in and how we use it.…

Qatar’s anti-LGBTIQA+ policies and FIFA World Cup 2022 discussed in SA Parliament

14 December 2022
The 2022 FIFA World Cup was hosted in Qatar, a choice which has attracted significant criticism with concerns over the country’s treatment of queer people, women and migrant workers. On 28 September 2022, The Hon. Frank Pangallo (SA BEST) moved…

Now open: LGBTIQA+ SA scholarships for Better Together 2023

28 November 2022
Applications for a scholarships to help LGBTIQA+ South Australians to attend The Equality Project’s 2023 Better Together Conference are now open! With generous support from Department for Human Services SA, we’re able to offer LGBTIQA+ South Australians: a scholarship to…

Campaign update: O’Brien Street Practice Relocation

23 November 2022
Since local HIV+ community advocates reached out to us to support their work in August, our collective voice has resulted in CALHN taking active steps to consult with patients and smoothly transition the service. To keep you up to date…

Religious exemptions in SA Parliament Question Time

17 November 2022
On 17 November 2022 Rob Simms MLC asked for an update on progress of draft amendments to the Equal Opportunity Act that were open for public consultation via the YourSAy website in 2020. These reforms were designed to create a better…

Queer Emerging Leaders Summit Registration OPEN NOW!

16 November 2022
The Queer Emerging Leaders Summit is a FREE one day summit that brings together LGBTIQA+ young people aged 16-25 from across South Australia to build on current skills, knowledge and networks to create meaningful change in our community and showcase their voices. Registrations…

Binder Program 6 month Impact Report

18 October 2022
Today TransMascSA and SARAA are proud to release data from the first 6 months of our Binder Program, a volunteer run community initiative ensuring trans and gender diverse South Australians have affordable and safe access to chest binders. In this…

O’Brien Street General Practice consultation

04 September 2022
O’Brien Street Practice Consumer Forum RSVP here Date: Thursday 8 September Time: 11:30am – 1:00pm Location: online via Microsoft Teams Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) are hosting a consumer forum to discuss upcoming changes at the O’Brien Street General…

Minister Picton responds to concerns about O’Brien Street Practice closure

29 August 2022
After continued advocacy by LGBTIQA+ South Australians calling for stronger communication and consultation with our communities regarding the closure of HIV+ services at O’Brien Street Practice, Minister Picton has responded. Minister Picton has confirmed there are no plans for the…

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