Every day, 4pm to 6pm Thursday 7 April to Monday 2 January 2023 Except Friday 15 April, Saturday 16 April, Sunday 17 April, Monday 18 April, Monday 25 April, Monday 6 June, Monday 3 October, Saturday 24 December, Sunday 25 December, Monday 26 December, Tuesday 27 December and Saturday 31 December
Sydney is home to the world famous Sydney Mardi Gras started in June 1978.
Sydney’s world-famous Mardi Gras is the evolution of 200 years of gay and lesbian history in Sydney. From the gay governor whose conduct scandalized the British Empire to the bright lights of the gay strip on Oxford Street, hear the stories and see the sites that define Sydney as one of the friendliest cities for gay and lesbian culture in the world.
Hear the hidden tales of key gay and lesbian figures who shaped the Sydney landscape.
Check out Oxford Street, the traditional heart of Sydney’s gay and lesbian scene.
Learn about the world-famous Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
Have a drink at an iconic gay hangout (and maybe share a table with a drag queen).
Local English-speaking guide
A digital record of our tour that includes a 3D map of where we walked and downloadable photos taken by the guide.
A digital copy of our 100% Ridgy-didge Aussie slang survival guide (Volume 1)
Additional food and drink
Souvenirs and items of a personal nature
Tips or gratuities for your guide