Where to find a good gay time in Sydney
The launching site from the famous bus journey in 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert', this pub has been a historical safe space for Inner West LGBTQIA communities since the early '80s. Head here for regular drag shows, fabulous food, and a killer subterranean dancefloor.
Boasting one of the city’s best sound systems and lighting rigs, this spacious, two-level club is by far the best decked-out club in the GLBT scene. No cheese, no shirts and no attitude.
The prettiest boys in Sydney pack out the courtyard here, and after a few $6 pints, they start to head upstairs...
The best spot on Oxford for kicked-back vibes, fabulous people watching and a cheeky boogie
Not technically a gay bar, but a very popular spot with the boys. Head here on a Friday night and you'll find it absolutely heaving with members of your tribe.
A grab bag of themes, patrons and specials are always on offer at this longstanding corner pub.
If you want to see Sydney at her absolute best, go for a drink at Redfern’s neighbourhood art bar, the Bearded Tit. The weird and wonderful are welcomed here with regular performances, fun DJs and a down to earth (though still heavily decorated) community vibe.
Every pop song under the sun and a wedding-reception-gone-wild vibe that can't be beat.
A corner bar in Enmore that's forever popular with ladies who like ladies and the un-sceney queer male friends who love them. Win-wins all around
Drag bonanzas, diva-heavy video clips, playful punters, drinks in beach buckets... what more do you want?
Explore more of the city's club scene
Sydney's nightlife scene – despite the lockouts – is still as colourful and diverse as ever. There's a strong set of local producers and DJs, complemented by plenty great venues where you can head for a boogie.