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18 AUG

Get through the winter blues with a relaxing weekend with your friends from GLOBE, the gay and lesbian organisation of business and enterprise. They will be kicking off the weekend with Blended Fruits at Bromley & Co on Friday 18 August. On Saturday night, join GLOBE for dinner at the Daylesford Hotel - a...

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02 SEP

Gay Ski Week Queenstown is a festival that encourages locals and visitors alike to come together and celebrate their diversity. Jam-packed with amazing events, including cabaret nights, massive dance parties and night skiing, the festival is the perfect week for people to show their true selves in an accepting, supportive and fun community. Held...

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16 SEP

Fruitopia Fair day is the Tropical Fruits' annual family fun day at the Lismore Showgrounds - as the LGBTIQ community gather their families, friends, pooches and picnic rugs for an outdoor extravaganza. With dog shows, kids games, great food, stalls galore, live music and a cake bake-off, Fruitopia welcomes spring with gay abandon.

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travel notes

The Victorian Pride Centre logo has been updated with two new stripes — brown and black — as a mark of respect for diversity and inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTI people and the LGBTI majority, which is not Anglo-Saxon. At its last meeting, the board noted the More Colour More Pride...

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