The City of Vincent is proud to recognise and support our LGBTIQ+ community.

LGBTIQ+ is an umbrella term that encompasses many groups, including those who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer and other sex, sexuality and gender diverse people. The City recognises that these groups represent a diverse range of people and that intersectionality also affects the experiences and needs of many individuals in these groups. 

The City has a Community Development officer who works with LGBTIQ+ groups and individuals to support their work within Vincent and to deliver LGBTIQ+ events and projects for both our staff and the community. Pride Fair Day at Hyde Park is one of the key events we are proud to support in partnership with Pride WA.

Along with a commitment to provide direct and indirect support to our LGBTIQ+ community, the City operates using the overall vision for a vibrant 24 hour city whose ‘diverse population is supported in their innovative endeavours by a council that says YES!’ (City of Vincent Strategic Community Plan 2018‑2028).

Support, Resources & More Information

Pride WA - celebrating the talents and identities of our sexually and gender diverse community

Living Proud - Providing support, information and resources to the Western Australian gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and intersex community

MindOUT - Mental health and suicide prevention initiatives to meet the needs of LGBTIQ+ populations

Intersex Australia – The national body for people with intersex variations, providing information, advocacy and support.

Transfolk of WA - A peer support service for transgender and non-binary people and their loved ones in Western Australia. 

First Peoples Rainbow Mob -  A not for profit organisation for Indigenous LGBTQA+ peoples

Freedom Centre - A safe space for LGBTIQ+ youth and young adults via a peer-based drop in 

Rainbow Community House - working towards eliminating suicide among LGBTIQA+ young people

GRAI - Advocacy and support for LGBTI elders and seniors rights

Youth Pride Network -  Young people providing advocacy and education for systemic change to help LGBTIQA+ young people be fully included, accepted and celebrated in WA

Team Perth - Promoting Queer Sport and Recreation in WA

 LGBTIQA+ glossary of common terms - learn more about common terms used in and by the community

Contact Us

If you would like to provide feedback, get further information or make a suggestion, please contact the Community Development team on 9273 6000 or email