Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender health and HIV/AIDS organisation.
National charity for the HIV/AIDS sector.
Peak non-government organisations representing responses to HIV/AIDS.
Referral and educative resources on gay and lesbian rights to media, policy makers and the community.
Peak organisation for intersex people in Australia, Organisation Internationale des Intersexues (OII).
Peak organisation for people living with HIV/AIDS in NSW.
Collects information about Sydney's gay, lesbian, transgender, queer and intersex past.
Professional support and development network for gay, lesbian, transsexual and transgender people in Sydney.
Non-auditioned choir open to all – lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and straight allies.
Help and support
Social group for lesbians over 40.
Aims to eliminate violence and abuse. Victims can make a report online or over the phone.
Provides HIV and hepatitis C clinical treatment and counselling (formerly Albion Street Centre).
Peer support, information and advocacy for intersex people and their families.
Volunteers provide emotional and social support for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Provides a directory of lesbian-friendly medical professionals.
Community charity that provides direct financial help to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Lesbian bushwalking and social group.
Support for LGBT carers of people with chronic conditions, terminal illness or who are frail.
Volunteers provide community support for people living with HIV/AIDS.
24 hour help service for people experiencing domestic violence.
Anonymous and confidential telephone counselling.
Support group for gay men who plan to, or already have children.
This list is of self-nominated GPs who are gay-friendly is maintained and provided by ACON.
Support for gay men who are or have been involved in long-term heterosexual relationships.
Support, advocacy, referral and counselling for people with gender issues.
Independent, charitable, community-based organisation that provides help for people affected by hepatitis C.
Provides gay, lesbian and transgender legal advice service, including family law advice.
Social group for mature aged guys.
Provides advice about rights and responsibilities under anti-discrimination laws.
For your local gay and lesbian liaison officer contact the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.
Peer-based group that promotes harm minimisation for people who use illicit drugs.
A resource kit for rainbow families.
Peer support for Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG).
A social network for GLBTQI parents.
Hosts a range of AA and other 12 step program meetings.
Free domestic violence court help for people in same-sex relationships, transgender, transsexual and intersex people.
For men coping with the effects of childhood sexual abuse, Survivors And Mates Support Network (SAMSN).
Promotes education and awareness about violence against transgender people. Victims can make a report online or over the phone.
Legal service and advocacy for people who experience problems with residential and community aged services such as discrimination or harassment.
Community care support for older people living at home. Contact the LGBTI project officer on 02 9830 8904.
Advocacy for older people from a multicultural background, including people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex.
Outrageous Ageing is Evergreen Life Care's LGBTI elders' wellbeing project. Provides residential, care and support services for older people and people with a disability.
Federal government aged care services delivered at home or in community and residential facilities.
Advocacy group for older women, including same-sex attracted women.
Residential, community and housing services for older people. Contact the LGBTI project officer on 02 9568 8054.
The school action toolkit is Australia's first comprehensive educational resource to explore the diversity of Australian families, including same-sex parented families.
Support for people under 26 who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, same-sex attracted and or gender questioning, and their families and communities.
Student-run, not-for-profit group that helps support young people who identify as sexuality and/or gender diverse, a.k.a rainbow person.
Last updated: Thursday, 18 February 2016