Most gay-owned, LGBT friendly bars, cafés and other businesses are found throughout the island, particular in the capital city Hobart.
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weekend Fri,Sat 22:00 - 05:00
Hobart’s only gay bar and the main hangout for the local LGBT community. Flamingos offers two floors of fun and entertainment with DJ and live show.
Open on Friday and Saturday nights, plus special events on public holidays. Check their Facebook page for the latest information.
TasPride has been around for 20 years. It began as a community support group in Hobart in 1992 but changed its name to TasPride in 2009.
Every November, TasPride produces the highly successful annual TasPride Festival – an event dedicated to celebrating, uniting and promoting the Tasmanian LGBTQI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex) community.
TasPride hosts cultural events all year (including the Queens Ball in June) and promotes various activities produced by the many LGBTQI organisations in Tasmania. So, if you are visiting the island, it’s worth checking their website.
Modern, stylish rooms. Near Tamar Valley wineries. Great value. Includes breakfast. Was $178 USD. Now $121 USD. | click here
Gay-owned. Fully-equipped cottages. Walk to Hobart city centre. Includes breakfast. Was $334 USD. Now $143 USD. | click here
Includes breakfast. Was $253 USD. Now $74 USD. | click here
Gay-owned hotel Large, vey comfortable rooms. Beautiful view. Includes breakfast. Now $240 USD. | click here
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Bicheno is a town on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia, 185 km northeast of Hobart on the Tasman Highway, with a population of around 950.
weekday 10:00 - 17:00
weekend 10:00 - 17:00
An exciting new addition to Bicheno’s hospitality and retail scene. The Farm Shed East Coast Wine Centre showcases the magnificent wines of the region and incorporates wine-tastings and sales, coffee and wine bar, a retail gallery for Tasmanian art and design, and a post office.
This gay-owned cafe and wine retailer is housed in multi-use building, inspired by an old farm shed, located on the southern entrance to Bicheno on the Tasman Highway.
Run by Subi Mead and Helen Bain who have many years’ hospitality experience, most recently operating Post Art & Design in Bicheno and previously at the renowned cafe, The Left Bank in Swansea.
Tasmania island has seen a increasing number of popular, gay-owned and/or LGBT-friendly cafés and restaurants in various locations. These include: