We have compiled this directory of organisations and services which are useful for gay men in Cairns. If you would like us to link to your website, or if you find any errors in the listings, please contact us.
LGBT Communities… know your rights. The Anti-Discrimination Commission Queensland is an independent statutory body established under the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act 1991 (the Act). The head office is in Brisbane, and regional offices located in Cairns, Townsville and Rockhampton.
We deliver frontline services to the Queensland community, including businesses, state and local government, the community sector and people throughout the state. McLeod Chambers,78 Spence Street (cnr McLeod Street), Cairns. 1300 130 670 (Toll Free) or 074037 2100.
The role of the Human Rights Commissioner is to raise systemic public policy issues that impact on human rights, and seek reform.
The Commission has in its legislation commissioners responsible for age, disability, race and sex discrimination. There are also commissioners responsible for children‘s rights and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander social justice. These portfolios are often represented through dedicated Ministers in state and federal governments, as well as significant government agencies.
There is no dedicated commissioner for sexual orientation, gender identity and intersex (SOGII) issues in the Commission‘s legislation, nor Commonwealth Ministers or government agencies that take primary responsibility for advancing issues that arise for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) Australians.
As a consequence, SOGII issues too often fall through the cracks of policy. This is particularly concerning because of the level and type of State-sanctioned discrimination experienced by LGBTI Australians. To address this, I have also taken on the role as the de facto SOGII Commissioner at the Commission to ensure that LGBTI people have a voice.
A community group that meets regularly to discuss the social and political issue affecting the LGBT community in Tropical North Queensland. Find us on Facebook.
Sharing news and events of what's happening in our community. Find us on Facebook.
To enhance enjoyment, connection and discovery of our beautiful people and our idyllic home. To create a society where people of all genders and sexualities can live with pride and dignity, explore their full human potential, and show their love in an atmosphere of safety and respect.
Men’s Cruise Club.Laneway Adult Shop rear 30 Spence Street Cairns. Cruise lounge with video lounge showing gay movies. Also has cruise area with glory holes and themed rooms. Some areas dark for grope if you like. Open 7 days a week from 10am to 10pm. $10 entrance. 07 4051 3669.
Equal Love is a nationwide campaign for marriage equality in Australia. We aim to put pressure on the government to legislate for equal marriage rights.
Cairns LGBT Community Directory. If you are visiting or newly moved here, welcome to Cairns, Queensland, Australia. In these pages you will find information about all and everything gay in our city.
Cairns Gay Info. Info from QuAC and FNQ magazine
Men’s Cruise Club. Located on the first floor of 42 MacLeod Street just opposite to Cairns Central Shopping Centre above the hairdresser and a real estate agent. The sign on the building says Adult Shop Head Office. Open at midday until 2am. 07 4031 3069.
Use this search to find a JP or Cdec at shopping centres, courts, and a variety of other locations. Molly 04 0379 7130 email@example.com or Sara Millard – Commissioner for Declarations. 07 4032 5200
Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. Support & information for parents with gay family members. Contact Pam & Trevor 07 4067 1326 mob:0404 319 447 or Pat & Bruce 07 4054 4685 mob:0419 121 051.
Police work closely with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) communities to develop partnerships, awareness and understanding of impacting issues. The QPS LGBTI Liaison Program provides a professional, non-discriminatory, accessible policing service to members of the LGBTI communities. District Co-ordinator Glenn Wallwork. 07 4030 7089.
In Queensland several organisations working to address HIV/AIDS issues came together in 2005 to form the Queensland World AIDS Day Alliance.
QWADA aims to raise awareness in the Queensland community about HIV/AIDS issues, inculding the need for support and understanding for people living with HIV/AIDS as well as education and prevention initiatives. The particular focus is on World AIDS Day and the week leading up to that date.
Youth Empowerment Towards Independence. YETI supports young people who live in Far North Queensland from our safe, free and friendly space in Cairns. If you are between 12-25 years old you can access YETI's programs and services. 1 Winkworth St Bungalow. 100% confidential, Drop-in, support 07 4051 4927.
Youth Link provides heaps of services for young people in Cairns. Youth Link in open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays - Closed wednesdays and weekends. Working with disadvantaged, homeless & at risk young people in Cairns. 305 Severin St. Cairns. 07 4031 6179.
FNQ Magazine the only gay lifestyle and travel magazine promoting people and places in our pink paradise - Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef, Far North Queensland (hence our name FNQ!).
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Melbourne focused, Q Magazine provides readers with the best in gay lifestyle, reviews, views and information as well as a broad range of resources from entertainment, theatre, and fashion, to travel, health, dating and youth issues.
QNews is Queensland’s ONLY gay fortnightly lifestyle magazine that caters exclusively to the important niche gay, lesbian and trans community. (LGBTI).
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