It's back and ready to wow you with a fantastic line up of events. This years theme!  TasPride    Re-boots 2021



Fri 15 -Sun 17 Jan 2021

Celebrate with us in 2021 for our fifth annual LGBTI+ tennis tournament. The Hobart Out Tennis Tournament, part of the Gay and Lesbian Tennis Alliance (GLTA) world tour, brings our diverse playing community together on the court. All levels are catered for in singles and doubles competition. Everyone is welcome to play, we

are a fully inclusive safe, fun and competitive tournament. We also offer pre-tournament social tennis to meet and practice your swing. So come along and get involved, follow us on Facebook @HobartOutTennis for a list of our events, up to date information and tournament registration.

Feel free to email us at hobartouttennis @gmail.com to get connected.

A Twist of Lemons

Friday January 29 | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Garden courtyard, rear Watermans Hotel, 27 Salamanca Place, Salamanca

FREE | 1 8+

A Welcoming social space for queer women, diversity and allies. 

Come on your own, come with a friend, everyone welcome!

Good company guaranteed!

Last Friday each month, from 5pm, Watermans Hotel, garden courtyard, 27 Salamanca Place, Salamanca

Bushrangers Basketball

Hobart – Come Out and Play!

Moonah Basketball Stadium, 17 Gormanstone Road, Moonah

Saturday 30 January 2021 | 2:30pm


Bushrangers Basketball is Australia’s largest LGBTIQA+ basketball club. Our club’s big focus is inclusion, especially for our gender diverse and transgender pals. Hobart, Come Out & Play, will kick off our 2021 Tassie season with a bang and showcase our non-gendered mixed basketball rules

in an exciting Bushie’s exhibition match at Moonah Stadium.

We love basketball but it can be a big binary bin-fire for some of us in the community. Our new mixed basketball rules mean everyone can ‘Come Out & Play’ irrespective of their sexuality, gender identity or sports ball skillz.

It’s not just a game, it’s a dance with a game going on in the middle. Throw some shapes on the sidelines to local DJ Mama de Leche and see first-hand why everyone wants to be a Bushranger! Half time won’t be a drag (ok maybe a fabulous one!) with a mystery half time performance.

Tickets are strictly limited and will go quickly to this free and super fun Tassie Pride event. Hobart, Come Out & Play is hosted in proud partnership with Glenorchy Basketball Association.

The post-game celebration will kick off at Boodle Beasley. For more info send an enquiry via www.bushrangersbasketball.com.


Nigel Mallett House, 319 Liverpool Street
Tuesday 2 February 2021 | 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Ages 16 – 25 years old
RSVP by mail@tascahrd.org.au by Tuesday 26 January 2021

An opportunity for LGBTIQ youth to enjoy afternoon tea and to share their stories on a pod cast that will be broadcast later on Edge Radio 99.3 FM.


Throughout Pride week on Edge Radio 99.3 FM Every day 4 – 11 February | 12:00 Reservations Contact Limitations

Hear & Queer is a podcast telling the stories of LGBTI+ young people living in Tasmania. It is produced by a steering committee made up of LGBTI+ young people and staff from Working It Out, Tasmania’s gender, sexuality and intersex status support and education service.

Hear & Queer is supported by an FRRR ABC Heywire Youth Innovation Grant.



A Dramatized Rant Written & Performed byAndyAisbett

Finding My Spot follows the ramblings of Gilbert, a self-described underwhelming gay man who can’t seem to find his spot. Through his panicked dribbles, we discover the overwhelming pressure gay men endure in present day, and the past struggles and traumas that may interrupt their development. Can a young gay man be desirable if he’s not physically fit? Can he be valued at the house party if he doesn't crack a joke every 2-3 minutes? 

February 4th-6th at 7pm

In THE PEACOCK THEATRE, Salamanca place 

All Tickets are $15


Nigel Mallett House, 319 Liverpool Street Thursday 4 February 2021 | 2:00pm – 3:30pm RSVP by Thursday 28 January – mail@tascahrd.org.au

Join us at Nigel Mallett House for a high tea to celebrate diversity of all kinds. Includes tea and cakes, and conversations about TasCAHRD supporting the LGBTIQ+ community.



Hobart Town Hall
Friday 5 February 2021 | 12:30pm Free Event – register at Taspride.com

To celebrate TasPride’s Festival 2021, the official opening of proceedings will commence with our Flag Raising Ceremony at Town Hall on the 5th of February 2021.

The unfurling will commence at 12:30pm with speeches and nibbles n the Lord Mayor’s Court thereafter. This will be a free event, but you must register your attendance via TasPride’s events page, to maintain compliance with current Health and safety regulations.



Seagrass Long Point, 19 Beach Road Sandy Bay Friday 5 February 2021 | 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Hearty canapes served throughout the evening, cash bar. Fully accessible.

Not the only Gay in Break O’Day

Come and celebrate TasPride Festival on the sunny East Coast. Light refreshments will be provided in a private and relaxing garden setting. The 2nd Annual Handbag Throwing Contest will be held during the afternoon. You are welcome to BYO drinks. All LGBTIQ community, family and friends are welcome.

Saturday 6 February, 2021, 1 to 4 pm

@ Banksia Hollow
396 Elephant Pass Road, St Marys

RSVP essential for catering — enquiries to: Nev 0418 659 781 or Bryon 0408 337 056


Join TasPride for the 2021 Pride Parade & Party in the Park celebrations!

The Pride Parade is the signature event of the TasPride Festival! 

The Parade starts on the corner of Elizabeth Street and Patrick Street on Saturday 6 February 2021 | 12:00pm – 4:00pm

Stall Holders: If you wish to hold a stall for your organisation or business you MUST REGISTER by JANUARY 22.

All participants (individuals and groups) must also register in order to be able to join the Parade. Numbers are limited so be quick!

Follow the link to our special Pride Parade page for all the details and to register to attend, volunteer, or hold a stall.


Here and there throughout the TasPride Parade
Saturday 6 February 2021
12:00pm departing from the corner of Elizabeth Street and Patrick Street

Watch out for the Radio Fab Tribe as they treck through the parade at Tas Pride Festival. They’ll come and find you for a chat about what’s hot and what’s not.

Radio Fab is a new recording venture with Red Thread Studios and a team of enthusiastic Tasmanian LGBTIQ voices. Radio Fab is much more than just a podcast. It brings queer news, queer events, and a voice to those who are kept silent. Their aim is to improve the outcomes for LGBTIQ people in Tasmania.

Find us at RadioFab.gay and follow us on facebook!


Sunday 7 February 2020
For time, location and booking details, see below.

An offshoot of the Wellington Wanderers, Book Club began as a virtual get-together during lockdown and now meets in person at a Hobart venue on the first Sunday of each month.

Members take turns to select the books to read, and new members are very welcome!

To join the Book Club and to find out the details for the February book club, please contact Sarah on 0414 947 205 or email.


Farmgate Market, Bathurst Street
Sunday 7 February 2021
Deliver your edible cake to the TasPride Stall between 9:30am and 10:30am

The guest judges will announce the winners at 11:00am For bookings see taspride.com

This is our Tenth Cake bakeoff in remembrance of Chris Jackman, hosted by the Farmgate market. This competition is hotly contested. Will this be your year to be named Tasmania’s best Queer Baker?

Prize Categories are Grand Prize Winner, Best Incorporation of the Festival Theme and Young Persons Prize. All Prizes generously donated by Farmgate Market.

All cakes will be shared with the LGBTIQ+ and Market Patrons for a gold coin donation. All funds raised go to Working It Out.

For further information please contact Sielito at Info@taspride.com

***Important note for this event . Online registration not required.  You will be able to register at the event. Just turn up***


Walk departs from Parliament Lawns
Sunday 7 February 2021 | 12:30pm – 2:00pm
50 places available – see taspride.com
Did you know Hobart was once known as the Sodom of the South Seas?

Tasmania’s capital has a long and fascinating LGBTIQ+ history, from convict times through the roaring twenties to the law reform debate of the 1990s. Join history buffs and former tour guides, Rodney Croome and Martine Delaney, to learn about Hobart’s queer past.


Sandy Bay Croquet Club, 4 Long Point Road Sandy Bay Sunday 7 February | 2:00pm – 4:00pm
$15 – includes venue, equipment and instructions see below for booking details

Join us for an afternoon of fun and gentle exercise and discover the delights of croquet. Wear flat-soled, enclosed shoes to protect the lawns and for personal safety, and bring sun protection, water and afternoon tea.

To book, please contact Neil on 0415 574 151.

Wellington Wanderers LGBTIQ activity group hosts mostly outdoor activities every two weeks throughout the year.

Contact wellingtonwanderers@yahoo.com.au to find out more.




A series of short queer films from around the world curated by queer screen

Come join us at the Cygnet Town Hall in the Supper Room on Saturday 6th of February at 7pm or Sunday 7thof February at 12pm or 2.30pm 

Tickets $17 general entry or $12 concession

BOOK VIA TRYBOOKING: queer screen short film festival


Departs Brooke Street Pier

Sunday 7 February 2021 | 7:30pm

$45, $40 Concession, $35 TasPride members

Tickets only at TasPride.com

TasPride takes over Peppermint Bay’s Luxurious catamaran for one night only, with your host Pussay Poppins and DJ Twingon.

Hearty Canapes and Jolly shipboard fun included with a well stocked cash and card bar to suit every taste.

Just Added! After party back on shore at Sungay Arvos - upstairs at Boodle Beasley (Elizabeth st North Hobart)  till midnight!


Sunday 7 February 2021 | 9pm to midnight


The First Sunday of each month LockerRoom Hobart presents SUNGAY ARVOS - a social hang for GBTI Men and their friends across the GLBTQI community. It's a fantastic vibe, great music and a warm and welcoming crowd. Our aim is to get off the apps and back into the real world for real hangs!

This edition welcomes guests from the Fireworks Cruise once they dock back on shore. It's a Pit Party meaning we welcome you to roll up those sleeves and bear those pits (Not compulsory of course) . It's all in good fun and EVERYONE is always welcome.

Upstairs @ Boodle Beasley , 315 Elizabeth St North Hobart


Parliament Street Reserve Sandy Bay
Monday 8 February 2021 | 12:30pm – 4:00pm
Free Entry | BYO picnic or
Enjoy TasPride’s BBQ for a gold coin donation (includes vegan option)

We Are Family and that means all of you! This is TasPride’s annual day out and EVERYONE is invited including your favourite fur baby (terms and conditions apply) Bring your own picnic rug, umbrella and weather protection.
The program will include a pet parade with prizes, games and music.

***Important note for this event . Online registration not required.  You will be able to register at the event. Just turn up***



On Country History Walk
Piyura Kitina 838e Derwent Highway, Risdon
Thursday 11 February 2021 | 4.00pm – 6.00pm
$5 individuals, $10 families – see Taspride.com Community Gathering for all LGBTIQ+ Family, Friends and Allies.

All are welcome for TasPride’s Connecting with Community to be held

at the Pyramids at Risdon Cove. We will commence with a Welcome to country at 4.00pm. Followed by an on-country history walk for those who would like to learn Tasmanian Aboriginal Cultural History. 

***Important note for this event . Online registration not required.  You will be able to register at the event. Just turn up***


Youth & Arts Recreation Centre, 1 Market Place, Hobart Date – TBC
For details, follow QYOT on Facebook and Taspride.com

Our prom will have a different style this year, but with the same heart as ever – fun and funky! Look forward to dressing up, meeting other LGBT+ pals, and enjoying the vibe of our city-wide celebrations!