Acceptance Perth LGBT Catholics is a fully inclusive and affirming community for LGBTIQA+ Catholics, their families, friends, and allies.
Albany Pride is a local group offering peer networking and support for people in Albany who identify as LGBTIQ+.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
A friendly men-only social club for men with body and / or facial hair and their admirers.
Safe place for people who are not gay or straight (we use the term ‘bisexual’ as an umbrella term for that) to engage in respectful discussion, connect with people, and form community online. Also regular in person events
BAH is an organisation which aspires to build a network and directory that provides businesses and individuals with the resources, programs, groups and services they’re looking for, all in one space and without fear of discrimination.
Monday evenings are for young people from the age of 15 – 25 to come together to explore issues and concerns they may face in a safe and supportive environment.
33 Steere Street, Bridgetown WA, Australia
BROOME PRIDE is an inclusive organisation with a vision of “ONE COMMUNITY”. BROOME PRIDE was created to encourage and produce community events that promote social inclusion for all LGBT+ as well as their family and friends in the Kimberley and surrounding Region.
Uniting gay and bisexual men across Australia in friendship, socialising, fun, support and contact.
Cliff on 0422 799 729 or email: email@example.com.
Crush is an LGBTI+ touch football team created to provide a positive avenue for healthy living choices, socialising and fun within our internal and external communities. We promote participation, belonging and equality in acceptance with our team philosophy being to be the best people we can be.
Alcohol & other drug treatment service – Cyrenian House proudly supports the Western Australian LGBTIQ+ community, providing a safe environment to seek support for alcohol and other drug (AOD) use issues.
A a peer support group for people to talk about suicidal thoughts, feelings and actions.
A diverse, loosely-knit social group, occasional organised rides & gatherings plus annual appearance as the traditional lead float in the Pride Parade. If you are a female who rides a motorbike and loves women, then come along and check out dykes on bikes.
First Peoples Rainbow Mob WA are set up to be a Not For Profit organisation, but still need to get our charity licence so we can assist Our Indigenous LGBTQA+ Mob with daily survival and support.
Freedom Centre provides a safe space, peer support, information, and referrals for LGBTIQA and Questioning young people (12 – 25). FC provides a range of services including an, trainings, workshops, early intervention support and our drop-in centre sessions which are open for Monday, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 4 – 7.30pm, check out our Instagram or website for the current schedule.
Freedom State is WAAC’s regional LGBTIQA+ support project, delivering free support for LGBTIQA+ youth (12 – 25 years old) in Bunbury, Geraldton and Kalgoorlie. We focus on capacity building for the LGBTIQA+ community, as well as the broader local community to create more inclusive, supportive and connected regions.
We’re a queer led community organisation supporting the LGBTQIA+ community with resources; advocacy; work with local businesses; and inclusive events, to ensure the Goldfields is a safe and welcoming place for LGBTQIA+ folks.
works to improve the quality of life for older LGBTI people, both in care and in the community.
Providing information and support to people affected by hepatitis. If you would like to know more on hepatitis A, B or C, contact us on 9328 8538 (Metro) or 1800 800 070 (Country). 134 Aberdeen St Northbridge WA 6003 — www.hepatitiswa.com.au
Integrated Support Services, formerly known as Clinical Services, was established in 1985, with the incorporation of the Western Australian AIDS Council. 30 years on, Integrated Support Services continues to meet the support needs of many people living with HIV (PLHIV). During this time the program has witnessed many changes in community attitudes and in HIV epidemiology.
Iron Oars LGBTQ+ Rowing Team WA are an all inclusive rowing team based in Perth, Western Australia. Iron Oars welcome everyone from beginners to experienced rowers.
This friendly walking group is always open to new members and meets every third Sunday of the month.
Organised by GRAI. For info about upcoming lunches, contact June: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lez-B-Frendz is a Perth Western Australia based social space for queer identifying WOMEN attracted to WOMEN or those who identify as FEMALE to meet old and new friends in a safe and fun venue.
The Little Pride Pin Shop sells a range of pride pins and badges for just $5, with all proceeds proudly supporting Bi+ Community Perth and TransFolk of WA.
Loton Park Tennis Club is an 8 court venue located on the corner of Lord and Bulwer Streets in East Perth (see the map below). The club has been around for many years, and in 1995 changed its constitution to be inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (glbt) people.
For men who have sex with men. Confidential, non-judgemental STI testing & Treatment. Please call (08) 9227 0734 for appointments. Central location. After hours options available. For more information email email@example.com
GRAI’s Meet n’ Muse (MnM) is a supportive social space where women (55+) who identify as lesbian or bisexual discuss a variety of topics (chosen by the group) and share past and present life experiences. Coffee afterwards. MnM Perth meets 2nd and 4th Weds at 1:30pm; MnM Mandurah meets on 1st and 3rd Weds at 7pm. For more details email Pam: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides a safe space service to the LGBTIQ+ youth of the South West.
Is Perth’s only LGBTIQ dancing group. OUTdance has been running successfully in the community since 2001 and holds dance classes each week as well as social events for the LGBTIQ community.
Class Enquiries: Judy 0417 911 214 or Warwick 0450 041 023.
The Perth Frontrunners are an inclusive LGBTI social running group. Currently meeting once a week for a no pressure run/jog/walk at various locations around Perth followed by a well deserved coffee/breakfast.
Perth Gaymers is a highly active, inclusive and social group for geeks, gamers and pop culture enthusiasts. This group is a social space for the Perth LGBT+ community and allies, with many of our members finding strong friendship circle they create through joining in events.
Perth Gay Social Club is an award winning premier social club for making new friends and forming new bonds in a fun, friendly environment.
The Perth Hornets are the only LGBTQIA+ focused AFL club in Perth focused on being well respected and sought after as a safe space within the LGBTQIA+ community for people of any skill level with a common interest in AFL.
A group for bringing together people who want to be part of an LGBTI+ cycling group.
We are badminton enthusiasts that play and socialise weekly. Badminton has brought us together and we welcome beginners to seasoned players wanting to join.
The Perth Outdoors Group Inc. is a diverse group of mature LGBTQ+ folks who enjoy a wide range of social activities.
As Perth’s first and only LGBTI+ hockey club, we welcome everyone from complete beginners to experienced players.
Perth’s first All-Inclusive Rugby Union team. Supported by International Gay Rugby, Rugby WA, Rugby Australia and the Curtin Goats.
We run a fun, professional and friendly environment to develop your confidence in public speaking and build your leadership skills for LGBTIQ community.
The Rainbow Warriors are an informal social swim group that swims every Sunday morning in the winter at a local Perth pool and during the summer moves to ocean swimming at North Cottesloe beach.
Perth LGBTI+ Basketball team, welcoming everyone from beginners to experienced basketballers.
It’s been a discussion for the past few years about establishing an LGBTI+ inclusive Synchronised Swimming team in Perth. This is an early stage to see what level of interest there is in something like this.
Perth Stingers are an LGBTI+ scuba diving club, welcoming everyone from beginners to experienced divers.
The Perth White Pointers are an inclusive LGBTI+ water polo group based in Perth. The group started in December 2016, and have rapidly grown in numbers.
We provide peer support for parents, families and friends of people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex or questioning (LGBTIQ+).
Are a community organisation offering support and understanding for families and friends with loved ones who are LGBTI.
Perth Pride Choir welcomes members from all colours of the sexuality and gender diversity rainbow and our allies. Our motto is Harmony in Diversity. We are a choral group who sing in four part harmony. We are proudly part of the LGBTQIA+ community and sing at events within our community and also in wider community events. Our Choir is open to anyone wishing to join, including allies.
Pride WA encourages the cultural expression, celebration and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and all people of diverse sexuality and gender living in Western Australia.
If you are a mature gay or bisexual man, we are keen to welcome you to Prime Timers.
QLife provides anonymous and free LGBTI peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships. Living Proud are the WA provider! See the QLife tab on this website.
If you identify as LGBTIQA+ or an ally, live in WA and love books (especially those with Queer themes or authors) then this is the place for you. The Queer BookClub is a monthly intergenerational gathering for LGBTIQA+ individuals across the greater Perth metropolitan area and regional centres.
A Western Australian based community group for LGBTIQA+ people of colour.
A consortium of WA based LGBTIQA+ community organisations and individuals concerned with the long-term well-being of the community.
This is a group of LGBTI and like-minded community members volunteering at a grass-roots level of the WA Labor Party.
The Rock Wallabies are a queer inclusive group of rock climbers that want to create a community of people with the same passion for climbing and for those wanting to give it a go!
Everyone is welcome at St Andrew’s. Christ our gracious host welcomes all at the banquet of Word and Sacrament – regardless of gender, race, colour, sexual orientation, social status or any other distinction
Scarboro SLSC has been part of the Western Australia community for 90 years and patrols one of the nation’s most magnificent yet most dangerous beaches in Western Australia. As a community organisation we welcome members of the LGBTI+ community who are interested in surf life saving and surf sports, as well as developing life skills to take back into the community.
Counselling for people with a disability, their partners, carers & family about relationships & sexuality.
An informal social group for gay photographers
a Charity that supports and provides practical assistance to GLBT women who have experienced Domestic and Family Violence.
A peer support network for gender diverse people and their loved ones in Western Australia.
WA Gay League is all about tenpin bowling. Everyone is welcome.
WA Roller Derby was formed in 2009 in order to bring a sport, which has been growing exponentially across the globe, to all corners of Western Australia. The league is a grassroots, volunteer run, not-for-profit sports organisation. We have skaters training all over the Perth Metro area. These skaters make up our two competing home teams, Atomic Sirens and Sonic Doom, and our travel teams WARDs of the Skate and The WayWARD Rollers.
WA Wanderers Mens Bushwalking inc. are a social walking group for gay guys and their friends, who are keen to get outside and enjoy Western Australia’s countryside with an easygoing and friendly group
In partnership with The Y and Connection and Wellbeing Australia, WAAC and Freedom Centre run several wellbeing workshops throughout the year for LGBTIQA+ young people in both metropolitan and regional/rural locations. The wellbeing workshops focus on peer support and mental health for LGBTIQA+ young people.