We at Almost Heaven Clydesdales aspire to deliver your dreams. We offer a horse drawn service whether it be for a wedding, romantic proposal, birthdays or social gatherings. We have several carriages to suit your needs. The sky’s the limit. We travel state wide.

On the last Friday of every month, we come together to create an open friendly space; a safe place for queer women and allied people. We share drinks, conversation and stories... We are all ages.

We are an LGBTIQA+ tabletop (pen and paper) roleplaying group that meets once a month in the Huon Valley

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.

A North-West Tasmanian community group dedicated to increasing social opportunities for LGBTIQA+ people.

Classes in circus arts such as aerials, acrobatics and balance that build a community of active and creative people. The Circus Studio Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation built on a community of energetic, enthusiastic and inspiring people, with classes for all ages. Our Vision is to see a cohesive and collaborative circus community in Tasmania, open to opportunity and experiences. A community that is inclusive and supportive of vision and exploration.

Convict City Rollers is an empowered and socially inclusive sporting community. We value passion and team spirit and are dedicated to uniting people through flat track roller derby.

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

Deloraine House is a safe and inclusive place where you can receive a hand up not a hand out, share skills and knowledge, visit and utilise facilities and resources.

Diversity Launceston is a safe space for the LGBTIQ+ community to connect, share and find out about events 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. 

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.

'FRIENDZ' is an informal social group of LGBTIQA+ people mainly based in Southern Tasmania that hold social gatherings on a regular basis.

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 Out Tennis promotes, encourages and advances the game of tennis for the Tasmanian LGBTIQA+ community by organising social tennis events as well as tennis tournaments.

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

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.

Knights of the Shed provides small group psychology programs to youth and young adults to develop, strengthen and consolidate core skills necessary to participate socially in their day to day living. Programs operate within best practice Social-Cognitive developmental frameworks and use explicit teaching techniques and cooperative group activities to directly coach participants. Programs are designed by experienced psychologists, educators and support workers (collectively referred to as Social Skills Instructors).

Limbo Party - DJs and performers come together to bring a big, queer dance night our to our LGBTIQA+ community.

LockerRoom Hobart is a social gathering and party events group designed to bring GBTQI and same sex attracted men together in real spaces as opposed to online.

Non Gendered Fitness is a 100% gender-diverse owned and operated, queer and trans-friendly virtual gym. We offer specialised training programs, weekly member check ins and accountability, holistic health coaching and personal training services to our incredible trans, gender diverse and queer members online through our training app.

OUTspace South is a peer support group for LGBTIQA+ young people & their friends & supporters (ages 14-25).

OUTspace North/North West is a peer support group for LGBTIQA+ young people & their friends & supporters (ages 14-25).

Working It Out hosts Pop-In Fridays state-wide! A space for LGBTIQA+ people, friends and families to pop in for a cuppa and a chat. Browse our library of books and DVDs, or enjoy a mug of tea or coffee in our lounge.

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

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.

Sacred Circle Dance facilitates building energy within you. The Circle is sacred space; where movement assists you to be fully present, provides freedom to express yourself and experience transformation and healing whilst immersed in loving energy. You become one with the Circle, becoming one within the dance. Using the Ancestral memory of rhythm and movement I create dances from the heart that unite each of us with the dance of life. Simple movements raise a beautiful radiating energy within.

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

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

A Tasmanian community group that produce the TasPride Festival and other LGBTIQA+ events.

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 social and support group on Facebook, for trans and gender diverse people living in Tasmania.

Tresca Community Centre offers a wide range of services, groups and classes including an online centre, rooms for hire, a community garden, Op-Shop, a large playground, a Men's Shed and help with literacy.

Van Diemen Fencing Club launched in 2011 on a mission to make the Olympic sport of fencing accessible to everybody in Southern Tasmania.

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.

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 Winds Community Centre provides support to the Channel community. 

Working It Out hosts a Gender Group for people over 18. The Gender Group provides gender identity peer support and discussion.

Working It Out hosts a Parents group for parents and carers of LGBTIQA+ children.

Working It Out hosts a Partners group for partners of transgender and gender diverse people.

YMCA Launceston is dedicated to providing the highest quality activities, facilities and services for the community we serve.

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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