Gay South Australia
South Australia features one of the three major gay and lesbian festivals in Australia and a must visit on the Gay and Lesbian travel itinerary.
The Feast Festival features theatre, cabaret, comedy, film, forums, literature, dance, visual arts, tourism, sporting and community events. Feast also features events year-round event.
The annual Pride March is held through the streets of Adelaide, just as they are all over the world, to celebrate gay and lesbian diversity.
The gay and Lesbian traveller is spoilt for choice for accommodation, with historic country houses, city apartments, or houseboats on the river all on offer.
Gay Traveller recommends the following Gay and Lesbian Pubs and Clubs:
The Mars Bar in Gouger Street, Adelaide
Icons on Henley in Torrensville
Edinburgh Castle Hotel in Currie Street, Adelaide
Wheatsheaf Hotel in Thebarton
Exeter Hotel in coastal Semaphore
When visiting gay Adelaide, South Australia, whether you’re after a B&B, rural hideaway, outback escape, luxury resorts or camping holiday, Gay Traveller is here to help you.
www.gaytraveller.com.au takes the guesswork out of vacation planning. Check our site frequently, as surely there will be a trip in store that you may have never even dreamed of before.
Gay Traveller recommends the following options for staying in gay SA.
Rochdale Bed and Breakfast, 349 Glen Osmond Rd, Glen Osmond, Phone: (08) 8379 – 7498
Ruahine Homestay Bed & Breakfast, 38 Chelmsford Ave, Millswood, Phone: (08) 8371 – 0707
Bars / Nightclubs / Dance Clubs
Crown & Anchor Hotel, 196 Grenfell St, Adelaide Earth Nightclub
Earth Nightclub, 27 Hindley St, Adelaide
Mars Bar, 120 Gouger Street, Adelaide
Wheatsheaf Hotel, 39 George St Thebarton
Sex on Premises Venues
Pulteney 431 Sauna, 431 Pulteney St, Adelaide
Ram Lounge, 348 King William St, Adelaide
Wherever you want to go, don’t forget to go to www.gaytraveller.com.au to find the latest gay travel resources for gay SA.