Tasmania's gender, sexuality and intersex status support and advocacy service.

Our role is to help our clients speak up for themselves and to make sure that their own views and opinions are heard and understood.

Delivering services to support people to overcome challenges in a broad range of areas.

The Australian Unemployed Workers' Union advocates for the rights and dignity of all unwaged, underemployed and insecure workers, most of who access Australia’s punitive social security system.

We are an inclusive community service that welcomes diversity and promotes cultural safety. Baptcare's services include: family, children and youth services / foster care / mental health and wellbeing recovery-based programs for people with severe and persistent mental illness / NDIS.

The purpose of Beaconsfield Child & Family Centre is to improve the health and wellbeing, education and care of Tasmania's children in their early years by supporting parents, strengthening communities and enhancing accessibility of services in the local community.

The Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre is a place where you can lose yourself in history, play with treasures from the past and embark on an historical journey.

We provide legal services to injured people to make sure they get the compensation the deserve. We can help people from all over Tasmania with motor vehicle accidents, workers compensation issues, medical negligence and injuries resulting from slips and trips.

Offering yoga specifically curated for a New Beginning in your life with a range of different services available.

Burnie City Council's goals are to further develop a cohesive, caring and stimulating community, enhancing quality of life and providing access to a range of responsive services, facilities and programs.

Clarence Doorways provides support to the local community in the form of material and financial assistance, advocacy and liaison, referrals, case-work, emotional support, budgeting assistance and the positive lifestyle program.

Carers Tas is the peak body the 1:6 Tasmanians who provide unpaid care to someone with disability, mental ill health, chronic or life limiting illness, alcohol or other drug dependence or who are frail or aged.

The key role of Carers Tas is policy and systemic advocacy to support carers in their caring roles.

Carers Tas is inclusive.

We acknowledge and support people of all genders, sexualities, cultural beliefs, and abilities and understand that carers in Tasmania, whilst sharing the common theme of caring for a family member or friend, are diverse individuals with varying beliefs, experiences, and identities. We value and respect the diversity of carers, their lived and living experiences, and recognise that carers are the experts in their own lives.

Colony 47 is a Tasmanian, non-denominational service provider that is addressing the needs of people who are homeless and the causes of homelessness in our community.

The Community and Public Sector Union is a union that represents thousands of Tasmanians working across the public and community sectors.

COTA Tasmania is a small, not-for-profit organisation made up of a team of staff and volunteers who are passionate about advancing the rights and interests of Tasmanians as they age, particularly those aged over 50 years.

CVGT provides a service for people living with a health condition or disability to find sustainable employment. We are all about getting people jobs!

CVGT provides a service for people living with a health condition or disability, including depression and anxiety, to find sustainable employment. We are all about finding people opportunities!

All staff are welcoming and comfortable assisting LGBTIQ+ people and advocating for suitable employment that meets their skills and experience. We also provide in work support for a year following placement to assist with any concerns that may arise within the workplace.

"We get people jobs"

For More Info, visit:  www.cvgt.com.au

Daydream Photography offers photography services for weddings, couples, engagements, families, events, maternity, pets and real estate. Their service is Tasmania wide.

East Devonport Neighbourhood House provides a range of services to the East Devonport community. This includes social activities; health and well-being programs; skills and training; food support; information and referral; and community events.

Ella Haddad is the Labor State Member of Parliament for Clark. As a state member of parliament, she will continue to listen to your concerns, and advocate for your rights.

We are a free, not-for-profit counselling service for people who have experienced complex early childhood trauma and sexual assault, as well as those people who care for and support them in the Launceston area.

Equal Together provides a social and support network for all, particularly gender diverse individuals and families, including friends or family regardless of sexual orientation or gender. They also offer other services.

Equality Tasmania is an advocacy group made up of volunteers, who are specifically pursuing equality for the LGBTIQA+ community in Australia.

About: Gentle Death Education and Planning (GDEP) is a multi-faceted business based in Tasmania's central north. Services are available in-person and online, and are an LGBTIQA+ ally and safe space, kink-friendly and diversity-welcoming place and set of services.

Flourish is a member-based, independent, not-for-profit organisation that works with mental health consumers, the state mental health system, mental health service providers, and the community to ensure that the voice of lived experience is heard in the planning and delivery of Tasmanian mental health services.

Head to Health Launceston

Launceston Head to Health is a free service that provides short to medium term mental health support for people over the age of 18. Family and friends of people experiencing mental health concerns can also seek support from the service. Mental health trained professionals will assist individuals by providing mental health support and assistance accessing other appropriate services. Services can be provided onsite or via telehealth.

Supports available: Immediate short to medium term mental health support, Brief interventions and psychoeducation, Peer support, Referrals, Family and carer support.

Eligibility: People can be referred via self-referral, referral by a GP or other support service, or family and friends with the person’s consent.

Since its inception in 1999, the Hobart Function and Conference Centre has been the location of thousands of events including weddings, conferences, gala dinners, product launches, training sessions, work functions and more.​

Hobart North Uniting Church has been an inclusive faith community for many years.

The Huon Domestic Violence Service believes that all people have the right to live free from violence.

We plan any kind of party you can think of and we make it as stress free as possible.

Kingborough Council has committed to put our community at the heart of our priorities and decisions

Since opening in 1985, the Kingston Neighbourhood House has welcomed 1000’s of community members to our programs, services and activities. Everything we do is designed to respond to the needs of local community members. We provide support, resources and services designed to improve the health and well-being of all members of the community.


Marry Me, Memily is a Tasmanian (Hobartian) registered civil marriage celebrant just looking for a love party to officiate! Mem is nationally registered and happy to travel anywhere in Tasmania to perform your ceremony. Mem also offers trans naming day ceremonies.

McCombe House provides supported emergency accommodation for cisgender women, transgender women, non-binary people and children of all gender identities, who are escaping family violence or experiencing homelessness.

McCombe House is safe and secure crisis accommodation, we welcome individuals and families from all cultures and backgrounds. We provide wrap around case management to support people in achieving their goals; this may include housing, mental health, substance abuse, family violence, legal matters, community engagement, material aid, employment, education and more.

We offer a broad range of activities and enjoyable past times for the residents at Medea Park with the aim of promoting the psychological, social, cultural, emotional and physical well being of the residents.

The Mental Health Council of Tasmania (MHCT) is a member based peak body. MHCT is not a mental health service.

Mike Gaffney is the Member of the Tasmanian Legislative Council for Mersey.

National Joblink Launceston provides numerous education, employment and training services.

New Town Chiropractic provides professional chiropractic care with a holistic approach to healthcare.

North West Pride is an LGBTIQA+ community group based in North West Tasmania. They have hosted many events, including drag shows, bingo, games day, meetups as well as the 2021 Pride in the Park in Ulverstone.

Ogilvie Jennings is a problem solving law firm that thinks outside the square, and we are able to provide practical solutions to your legal issues, whilst being accessible at all times.

Positive Solutions: Mediation and Counselling

The Pride Society of UTAS is a student-run visibility and advocacy society that acts on all campuses of UTAS.

Psychology Caffe provides assessment and treatment of mental health concerns, and can provide medico-legal reports, NDIS therapy and behaviour supports, and therapy across the lifespan.

Queer Sporting Alliance is Australia and NZ's largest LGBTIQA+ basketball club. 

A family of organisations that aims to effect changes in community attitudes and policies to ensure that sexual and gender diversity is acknowledged and valued.

We are a growing bookkeeping & Business services provider located in the greater Hobart area.

Rebecca White is the Labor MP for Lyons and leader of the Tasmanian Labor Party. Rebecca can provide advocacy services primarily for constituents of Lyons but will help anyone who contacts us or will discuss providing other groups or people that can assist.

We aim to support people to transform their lives and their relationships in ways that matter to them. 

Sarah Lovell is the Labor Member for Rumney in the Tasmanian Legislative Council.

Scarlet Alliance Tasmanian Sex Worker Project is run by sex workers, for sex workers.

Sexual Assault Support Service (SASS) is a Hobart-based, free and confidential service in Tasmania for people of all ages who have been affected by any form of sexual violence.

Skittles is a group for LGBTQIA+ Youth and Allies to come together, be creative and hang out in a safe non-judgemental space, supervised and guided by friendly, enthusiastic and trained volunteers who themselves are memebers of or allies to the LGBTQIA+ community. Located at St Helens Neighbourhood House.

Tamar Visitor Centre provides numerous local and statewide services for visitors.

TasCAHRD is the Tasmanian Council on AIDS, Hepatitis and Related Diseases.

Tasmania Police aims to educate and inform police recruits about the lived experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Intersex Tasmanians. 

TasTAFE Student Support services are available for all students and aim to make the TasTAFE learning experience easier. We recognise and respect individual differences and value the unique experiences, knowledge and skills that all students bring. TasTAFE has students who come from all parts of Tasmania both rural and urban, from other states of Australia and from many countries across the world and are diverse in gender, gender identity, abilities, caring commitments, languages, ethnicity, cultural background, age, sexual orientation and religious beliefs.

A network of allies operating within the University of Tasmania who aim to create a safe and nurturing environment for LGBTIQ+ people.

The Blue Door offers counselling to people negotiating their gender, sexuality, or intersex status.

The Church is a heritage-listed 1857 Church located in Campbell Town - "The Heart of Tasmania". Whether you are stopping for a coffee or attending one of the many events, you will enter a safe place where we have a cafe, weddings, events and large meetings.

Our vision - To enrich the local community as a vibrant leader that is innovative and flexible in meeting the changing needs and attract a growing community involvement in a welcoming environment. Catchment areas - Warrane and Mornington.

Warrawee offers a 24-hour, seven day a week crisis accommodation service. We provide a safe, secure environment for women and women with children who are escaping violence, sexual abuse and homelessness.

Jane from Weddings For Everyone is an LGBTIQA+ friendly marriage celebrant.

Wellington Wanderers is an activity group for Tasmania’s LGBTI communities. The group began in 2002. We are an unincorporated network of 300 LGBTI people and their friends, families and allies who enjoy bushwalking and other mostly outdoor activities together.

West Moonah Neighbourhood House is a home away from home for many of our community members. We adopt an open door policy encouraging every member of any community to participate in our activities and utilise our facilities. We also offer free counselling services.

West Winds Community Centre is a part of the Neighbourhood House Network in Tasmania. A Neighbourhood House is a place where people come together and find support, belonging and purpose as they work together to support their local community and make a real difference in people's lives. We are run by the community, for the community and offer a wide range of programs and activities for local people in the lower channel region.

The Youth Arts & Recreation Centre is a creative, exciting, safe and engaging space for all young people aged 12 – 25. It’s a great place to meet up with friends, get involved in an art, music or recreation workshop, use the facilities, check out an art exhibition or see a music gig. Best of all it's free!

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