Supports and community groups

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LGBTIQA+ services & activities across SA

Sexual health and relationship wellbeing for all

Sexual Health and HIV support for South Australian men who have sex with men and people living with HIV.

Peer support, counselling and community connections for LGBTIQA+ South Australians.

The Cottage supports LGBTIQA+ communities with free drug and alcohol counselling and look at the impact substances have on your mental health and wellbeing.

The Cottage supports LGBTIQA+ communities with free drug and alcohol counselling and look at the impact substances have on your mental health and wellbeing.

Social activities for LGBTIQA+ aged 50+, LGBTIQA+ training and information about LGBTIQA+ domestic and family violence.

 Culturally safe access, navigation, advocacy and connection to aged care services for and from LGBTI community members in South Australia.

Peer-led and peer-run community organisation by and for people living with HIV, our partners, families and friends who are affected by HIV.

Peer Industry Network run by sex workers for sex workers promoting the health, rights and well being of South Australian sex workers.

LGBTIQA+ Mental Health Events in Adelaide.


Programs, services, events and activities for the LGBTI community aged 50+.

Peer run community art and social hub on Kaurna Land for lgbtqia+, autistic, neurodivergent & disabled folks to connect and look after their well-being.

Space by and for queer young people aged 15-25 to meet, feel comfortable and take part in activities.
A safe space for people of the LGBTQIA+ community and their allies to meet new people, socialise and have some fun while playing some games!
SA based professionals collaborating and sharing resources to support educate and promote LGBTIQA+ equality in the workplace.
Training in Diversity and Equality in Business, LGBTIQ+ Inclusion, Diversity and Discrimination.

Radio Adelaide’s flagship queer program.

Group for people looking for a queer or queer friendly housemate or household
Adelaide’s annual celebration of LGBTIQ+ Pride, Strength, Solidarity and Diversity. Join us!
Gay Bingo is a subversive queer take on the traditional bingo game. This ain’t your nana’s bingo; unless nan likes swearing, innuendo, and vibrating toys.

Online group that offers peer support to LGBTIQA+ people from a multicultural background based in Adelaide, South Australia.

A safe social group for LGBTIQ+ peoples and family and allies. We also host a number of social events at different locations.

Safe and friendly haven for the gay, bi-sexual and bi-curious male community.

Social group for men who identify as Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer with an interest in Gay Men’s arts and culture.
Bringing the Leather people and fellow kinksters (and their admirers) of Adelaide together.
Support and assistance to couples applying for a Partner Migration Visa.
Group of prospective and established families of South Australia’s same-sex community.


Adelaide’s gay & inclusive rugby union team.

LGBTIQA+ basketball club.

Inclusive, diverse social group for anyone in the LGBTIQ community and allies that support the Adelaide Football Club (Crows).
Supporter group for all LGBTQ+ fans of the Port Adelaide Football Club
All-inclusive running group based on Kaurna Land (Adelaide, South Australia).

LGBTIQA+ friendly volleyball club.

Social walking group for gay guys and their friends.
Inclusive social climbing club that meets on a regular basis at each of the bouldering gyms in Adelaide.


Adelaide, South Australia’s LGBTIQ+ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival held annually in November.
LGBTIQA+ performance venue.
A drag collective founded by Kween Kong that works to create work opportunities for its queer members, all currently aged between 16 and 21, through drag performances.

An LGBTIQ+ night space with a focus on accessibility. Bar, place to host community events, and spotlight for queer performance.

LGBTIQ+ nightclub.


Provide educational scholarships, mentoring and opportunities for young LGBTIQ+ Australians.
Social club for all University of Adelaide students who identify as LGBTQIA+, queer, gender or sexually diverse or questioning.
Provides an inclusive, safe, fun, engaging campus environment, and bring representation to students of diverse genders, sexes and sexualities at the University of South Australia.
The peak representative body for Queer students at Flinders Uni.

For any LGBTQIA+ identifying individual within a STEMM field. This includes professionals, researchers, students, administration and support services.

Empowering Australia’s LGBTIQA+ students and young professionals to thrive.

Local groups

A LGBTIQ network group for the Southern communities of Adelaide.
Social and support group established for LGBTIQ+ people on Eyre Peninsula, South Australia.

LGBTIQ+ group in the southern Fleurieu.

LGBTIQA+ group for people living in Port Pirie.
Information and support for LGBTQI+ people living in the Mid-North Region of South Australia
A group for the LGBTIQA+ Community on the Yorke Peninsula
Queer Quest is a social drop-in for young people aged 12-17 who identify as LGBTIQA+ or as an ally of the LGBTIQA+ community. Sessions run every Wednesday 3-6pm at The Brocas, 111 Woodville Rd, St Clair, facilitated in partnership by headspace Port Adelaide and The Brocas.

Trans, intersex and asexual specific

SA based community group for trans masculine and/or masc non-binary people who were assigned/presumed female at birth.

SA based community group for trans feminine and/or femme non-binary people who were assigned/presumed male at birth located in South Australia.

Peer support to parents and those parenting trans and gender diverse children.

Parent led peer support network for parents and carers of trans, gender diverse and non-binary kids in Australia, with an SA branch.

Medical and mental health support teams aiming to improve the health, wellbeing and function of gender diverse South Australian children and young people.

A place to bring asexuals in Australia together, to find out more about asexuality and help to anyone in their journey.
A national charity by and for people with innate variations of sex characteristics.
National intersex peer support, information and advocacy group for people born with variations in sex characteristics and their families.

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