Just looking to connect with people who are in or have been through similar situations? This list has been compiled with the purpose of displaying the social groups available in South Australia.
Adelaide University Pride
Adelaide Uni Pride exists as a social group for those who identify as LGBTIQ and their friends. They are housed within the University of Adelaide but regularly hold meetings in a range of venues.
Equal Love Adelaide is part of the national Equal Love campaign seeking to amend the Marriage Act to allow for same-sex couples to marry. They welcome new comers to join in the campaign and socialise with likeminded people seeking to make Australia equal for all.
The Feast Festival is Adelaide’s premier queer arts and culture festival running in November each year. During the festival’s two weeks they showcase a variety of shows and events open to the public with the assistance of a strong volunteering team of which anyone can join.
LGBTQIA Book Club Adelaide
LGBTQIA YA book club for people 14-24 years old. 6:00 pm, third Tuesday of every month, SA Writers Centre, Rundle St, Adelaide.
MAN-TAG is a social and networking group in Adelaide regularly holding meets in pubs and other friendly venues. MAN-TAG runs gatherings open to everyone, however, there may be age restrictions for some licensed venues.
Moolagoo Mob is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander group offering a social and support network for those who identify as gay, lesbian and sistergirl. They meet every month in Adelaide in a friendly, safe and confidential environment.
PFLAG is a support group for parents and their children who identify as LGBTIQ. Their main aim is to help keep families together.
Pink Parents is a support group offering comfortable and secure environments for prospective and established families of same-sex attracted couples or individuals.
Southern Adelaide Queer Youth
Southern Adelaide Queer Youth provides a drop in support group for people aged between 15 and 25.
This group offers a great social connection not only for LGBTIQ people but also for their friends. It is designed for people aged between 18-35 to have fun and connect with others.
Team Adelaide is a non-profit organisation formed to promote gay and lesbian sports in South Australia including bushwalking, dance sports, golf, motoring, squash, tennis, tenpin bowling and volleyball.
University of South Australia Pride Club
UniSA Pride is a support and social group operating within the University of South Australia to provide a network and events for those who identify as LGBTIQ and their friends.
United Nations Youth South Australia
UNYSA’s main aim is to educate young South Australians about the United Nations and its processes. Here you can gain a greater understanding of international human rights, engage in debates and forums and socialise in a welcome and friendly environment to all people regardless of sexuality/gender.