sydney information for the gay and lesbian traveller

Gay and Lesbian Publications

Free publications can be found in most metropolitan areas across Australia. They are usually located in Cafes, Music Stores, Backpackers hostels, Pubs, bars and some Hotels. For further information on distribution go to the websites of each respective publication. Purchased publications are available nationally in all good newsagents.

LOTL (Lesbians On The Loose)
LOTL is a free monthly Australia wide publication for Lesbian women.

Free glossy street press published weekly. Like most free pulications, lots of personals and ads in the back.

Is a free publication and is available in Melbourne, Regional Victoria and Tasmania’s gay, transgender, bisexual, and lesbian communities.

Sydney Star Observer
Sydney Star Observer is a free street press weekly publication.

National Gay Men’s lifestyle magazine published monthly.

Q Magazine
Free glossy A5 monthly street press and online publication, available nationally.

Gay male weekly magazine available Australia wide.

A monthly glossy pictorial magazine for gay men and women.

A pocket size free Sydney gay and lesbian lifestyle publication.

A monthly glossy magazine distributed.

Fabulous Gay Sydney

Blessed by its stunning harbour, 37 beaches and temperate climate, Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It’s also one of the most gay-friendly cities boasting the world’s largest Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade and party which caps off weeks of festival activities.

While Sydney’s main gay district is on and around Oxford Street Darlinghurst (just next to the CBD), Newtown, an inner city suburb of Sydney, also has a strong gay and lesbian community – though more ‘alternative’ than the more fashion-conscious areas like Paddington.

Sydney’s also very multicultural so the gay scene reflects that diversity in age, race and ‘tribe’. The club/bar scene ranges from party boys/girls to leather and bear of all ethnicities.

Sydney has earned its reputation as a beautiful, welcoming and tolerant city

Did we miss something?

We are always looking for ways to improve the information on our sites. If you have a great experience in Sydney and think it would be fun for other gays and lesbians who may vacation there, let us know.

We are also interested in partnering with business who want to help make Sydney one of the most popular gay destinations.

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