In association with the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives and Feast, Adelaide’s Queer Cultural Festival.

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Lord Mayor's Cocktail Reception for Conference Delegates

5:00pm-6:00pm Thursday 12 November

Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William St, Adelaide

Free for conference delegates (by invitation)

The Lord Mayor welcomes conference delegates to Adelaide.


Narratives, Images, Queers and Asylum Seekers: What do Australia’s stories tell us?

6:00pm Friday 13 November

Yungondi Building, UniSA City West Campus, North Tce, Adelaide

Free Event

A free public lecture presented by Professor Nan Seuffert, Director, Legal Intersections Research Centre, University of Wollongong. All welcome.


Pride March Adelaide

5:30pm Saturday 14 November, March at 6:30pm

Victoria Square, Adelaide

Free Event

Celebrate Adelaide's LGBTIQ love, strength and rainbow diversity of our many sexualities and genders in the annual Pride March through the centre of the city. Pride March brings  community groups, community members, supportive businesses, activists and friends in one magnificent parade from Victoria Square through the streets of Adelaide to Feast's Opening Night Party. Individuals and groups of friends can join in the march on the night.



The Marching Dunstans @ Pride March

5:30pm Saturday 14 November, March at 6:30pm

Victoria Square, Adelaide

Free Event

You are invited to be part of this historic celebration of the inspirational political leadership of SA style icon and social reformer Premier Don Dunstan. Dress the part - Safari Suit or Pink Shorts with White T-Shirt. BYO Placard. For inspiration and more information visit our Facebook Page.


Feast Festival Opening Night Party

6:00pm Saturday 14 November

George St, Adelaide

$10 pre-sale; $20 on the door


Adelaide's free Pride March concludes at Feast's Opening Night Party. Both Pride March and the Opening Night Party are a short walk from the conference venue. Feast's Opening Night Party is a celebratory night hosted by Cabaret Fringe Festival Award Winner Yana Alana, featuring a fabulous line up of  entertainment, community stalls, scrumptious food, bar, live music and dancing until late.


To The Barricades! More Outlaw Than In-Law?

11:00am Sunday 15 November

Forecourt of SAHMRI building (opposite UniSA City West Campus)

$18/$15; $15/$12 conference attendees


Australia’s Homosexual Histories Conference in Adelaide begged Dr Glossip to come out of Queer History Walk retirement. Always ready to answer the call, Gertrude has girded her loins. ‘An international audience…. a forty year battle for gay law reform…To the Barricades,’ she has commanded! Gertrude will fire up with the sensational trial of Bert Edwards JP MP, storm her way down North Terrace and then finally, wrath subsiding, reflect on Dr George Duncan’s drowning, beside his memorial on the River Torrens.


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