Gay Sydney · Services

Gay Sydney · Services

Our roundup of gay-owned businesses, service providers and LGBT organisations in Sydney.

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Tastes Of The Hunter Wine Tours offers full-day wine tours from Sydney to the beautiful Hunter Valley for both the gay and gay-friendly alike.

Savour delicious wines, craft beers, sample the unique flavours of locally-made cheeses and handmade chocolates and soak up the rich country atmosphere of the Hunter Valley.

Their 20-seat luxury minibus is decked out with leather seats, DVD player, 8-speaker sound system, mini-fridge, apple and android charging facilities and onboard iPad.

Gay-owned and -operated, members of the SGLBA and GALTA.

Updated: 29-Jan-2021

Level 8, 99 Elizabeth St, Sydney

weekday: Tue-Fri 09:00 - 20:00
weekend: 09:00 - 20:00

4.0
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Australia’s best-selling monthly magazine for gay men. Launched in 2000, DNA features interesting stories, celebrity profiles, pop culture reviews and beautiful photography of some of the world’s sexiest male models.

The magazine is available in bookstores worldwide.  Online editions also available on their website.

Updated: 29-Jan-2021

P.O. Box 127, Lidcombe, Sydney


4.4
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Founded in 1995, Harbour City Bears is a nonprofit community group for hairy gay men, their fans and friends. Based in Sydney, the group run regular social events, dance parties and fundraising campaigns for the LGBT community.

Their two annual events, Bear Essentials (February) and Bear Pride (August), have attracted many international visitors. Their mission is to have fun and participate in the community.

Harbour City Bears welcome everyone regardless of sex, race, sexual orientation, age or hirsuteness. Visit the website for upcoming events.

Updated: 13-Apr-2020

PO Box 1532, Darlinghurst, Sydney


5.0
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Founded in 2011, I Like Honey organises fun, friendly events and parties with a masculine vibe.

Their focus is on the bear community, but everyone is welcome, regardless of gender identity, sexuality, age, race and disability. Check the website or Facebook page for upcoming events.

Features

music, dancing

Updated: 29-Jan-2021

1.0
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LGBT-friendly, community-based venue, run by unpaid artists and activists. This nonprofit theatre offers a creative space for performers, musicians, artists, designers, filmmakers, experimentalists, etc.

The Red Rattler is equipped with a stage, full PA, LED lighting system, projector and screen, a licensed bar and a rooftop garden.

Features

bar

Updated: 29-Jan-2021

6 Faversham Street, Marrickville, Sydney


4.4
Audience Rating

From 57 votes Vote

Long Yang Club is part of a global network of LYC organisations that promotes cross-cultural understanding and friendship amongst Asians and non-Asian gay men, their partners and friends.

LYC Sydney is a very active group which holds a wide variety of events throughout the year. The club’s membership is drawn from a diverse group of all ages and cultural backgrounds.

Updated: 02-May-2019

various locations, Sydney


4.0
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From 63 votes Vote

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