TPA Events2022-11-09T20:10:27+11:00

UPCOMING EVENTS

Trans Talks

December 3 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm UTC+11

Trans Pride Australia is thrilled to present a five-part series of workshops called ‘Trans Talks.’ Specifically for trans and gender diverse people, these workshops are led by leaders in [...]

TPA Gender Celebration  Mardi Gras 2023 Mardi Gras 2023 is a unique and special event this year; not only is [...]

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Frequently Asked Questions

What about access and inclusion?2022-07-31T17:47:49+10:00

Many of our public events are Auslan Interpretive. Our event locations are chosen with consideration to physical accessibility and 

We acknowledge that all our events take place on Aboriginal land, with a Welcome to Country commencing all our events.

What about safety?2022-07-31T17:47:33+10:00

We have zero tolerance policy on any discriminatory or transphobic behaviour at our events. 

During all events, our host and other representatives employ safety guidelines to ensure the safety of attendees. If you feel we can make our events more safe and supportive for the trans and gender diverse community, we encourage you to talk to the host or make contact with Trans Pride Australia.

Can I attend by myself?2022-07-31T17:47:16+10:00

If you are over 18, yes, you are welcome to attend our events by yourself. We also offer a buddy system for first-timers – please email admin@transprideaustralia.org.au and the event host will contact you to discuss how we can make you feel safe and included.

What are the social meet-ups like?2022-07-31T17:46:16+10:00

Our social meets-ups are relaxed gatherings where trans and gender diverse individuals can meet and connect in social settings. These meet-ups are typically held at bars, cafes and parks, with a TPA representative hosting the event. Many of our social meet-ups welcome allies of the community. We also host weekly online meetups for those members who are in regional areas or otherwise feel unable to attend live events.

Where are our events held?2022-07-31T17:45:56+10:00

Our community events are predominantly held in Sydney, and we’re working toward producing events in other states. Please get in touch if you’re looking at co-producing an event.

For anyone outside of NSW, please see our Online Hangouts as a channel for community connection.

What are the events like?2022-07-31T17:44:47+10:00

They are peer organised and led and are a safe and supportive space for trans and gender diverse people to engage. All our events are hosted by a TPA representative, typically a board director or established member. Many of our events welcome allies of the community. 

Who can attend?2022-07-31T17:45:29+10:00

Many of our events invite all trans and gender diverse people, including members, non-members, and those new to TPA, no matter where you are in their journey of self-discovery and affirmation. 

Some of our events are exclusive to trans and gender diverse individuals, and others welcome allies of the community, including bio or chosen family and friends. In addition, we also host events that engage and support groups such as parents and partners to the trans and gender diverse community. For event information such as who can attend, age classifications, and invited groups, we encourage you to look at the individual events on this page.

Ongoing Events

Sydney Mardi Gras

Trans Pride Australia participated in the Annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade in 2017, and have participated every year since. In 2019, we were honoured to be selected to be one of three Sydney Mardi Gras’ community produced floats. In 2020, our float was nominated for Best Float Design and Ron Austin Award for Most Fabulous Parade Entry.

2020 PARADE 2019 2018 2017

Transgender Day of Visibility

On March 31 TPA celebrates Trans Day of Visibility, an annual event honouring trans and gender diverse people and their contributions to society and raising awareness of discrimination faced worldwide.

2020 2019

Trans Day of Remembrance

On November 20th, TPA observes Transgender Day of Remembrance, an annual event that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.

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Our Projects

My Trans Story

A story telling event featuring real life stories written and performed by emerging and established trans and gender diverse people.

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“An incredible line up of diverse speakers. I laughed, I cried, I cheered!”
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Eye to Eye with TPA Project

A photographic project with TPA and photographer Andrea Francolini.

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Safe and Strong: An LGBTQ+ Guide to Facebook and Instagram

A resource developed in partnership with ACON, to help you stay safe, to practice and express self-care online, and support your wellbeing.

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The Bathroom Project

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Social Meetups

Trans Pride Australia also hosts a number of social meetups on annual national days (e.g. ANZAC Day, Christmas Day) to bring together trans and gender diverse individuals, families, friends and allies.

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    Coming to Sydney World Pride next year!
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    Trans Pride Australia1 week ago
    Trans Pride Australia presents Trans Talks - online workshops empowering trans and gender diverse people to share their stories. Each workshop is facilitated by a leading storyteller who is member of our trans communities. The sessions are unique, free and on Zoom.

    There are two left for this year: Sat 26th Nov 10am-1pm Led by Ricki Spencer M.Ed. and Sat 3rd Dec 10am-1pm Led by Loma Cuevas-Hewitt

    Please register here to attend here:

    https://www.trybooking.com/CCZJQ
    Trans Pride Australia
    Trans Pride Australia1 week ago
    “Ricki Spencer (They/Her) M.Ed. is a qualified teacher and current student at the University of Melbourne completing their Master of Learning Intervention. They are a public advocate for people living with a disability, and who are transgender, both important to their lived experience. They are completing their thesis for their research higher degree on “Do secondary school teachers disrupt heteronormative practices in their classrooms?”.”

    Please register here to attend here:

    https://www.trybooking.com/CCZJQ
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