Sydney WorldPride 2023

Friday 17 February 2023 to Sunday 05 March 2023

Overview

Get ready for a mega Mardi Gras in Sydney 2023, with Sydney World Pride! WorldPride is a global LGBTIQA+ festival that has been staged since 2000, with cities competing to host the event. Sydney was…

Get ready for a mega Mardi Gras in Sydney 2023, with Sydney World Pride! WorldPride is a global LGBTIQA+ festival that has been staged since 2000, with cities competing to host the event. Sydney was selected to host the 2023 festival, a first for the Southern Hemisphere. Sydney WorldPride includes all your Mardi Gras favourite events including the world-famous Mardi Gras Parade, which will be returning to Oxford Street for the first time in three years. The festival spans once-in-a-lifetime WorldPride concerts, parties, arts, sports and First Nations programming across over 300 fabulous events.

Sydney WorldPride will celebrate Australia’s brilliant and diverse LGBTQIA+ community, in a city renowned for its diversity, inclusivity and proud LGBTQIA+ population, all during the glorious Sydney summer.

Access and Inclusion Statement

Allows a person's carer free entry into participating venues and events

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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