Trans* & Intersex Services - New South Wales

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Central Tablelands Transgender Information Service

The Central Tablelands Transgender Information Service provides information and support for anyone seeking medical or psychological assistance in changing gender. The Central Tablelands Transgender Information Service provides information on gender friendly services available in the Bathurst area of New South Wales and support and understanding for families and friends in a non-counselling atmosphere and operates 9:00am to 8:00pm Monday to Friday.

  • 0412 700 924

Gay & Lesbian Counselling Service of N.S.W.

The Gay and Lesbian Counselling Service of N.S.W. is a volunteer-based organisation providing short-term counselling, information and support services to facilitate healthy, well-adjusted lives within the lesbian, gay and related communities. They provide accessible, confidential counselling services across N.S.W. with options for client referrals to other services; facilitate support groups that assist individuals in specific areas of concern; provide individuals with information to access a wide variety of community groups; training and development programmes for counsellors, members and staff, and present information to the wider community and facilitate forums that lead to an increased understanding and acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

Lés Girls' Cross-Dresser's Group

Lés Girls' Cross-Dresser's Group is an independent peer support group for transgender people. They offer free tuition, friendship and socials, general information and bi-monthly meetings.

  • P.O. Box 504 Burwood N.S.W. 2134

Seahorse Society of N.S.W.

The Seahorse Society of New South Wales is a non-profit social and support organisation for cross-dressers and transgender people in New South Wales, Australia. The aims of the Society are to bring cross-dressers together socially to meet like-minded people in a safe and comfortable environment. The Society holds meetings once a month at hired premises in Sydney, and also organizes restaurant nights, harbour cruises and the yearly Seahorse Ball. Other benefits include a monthly magazine and access to a library of books and videos. They also offer support to partners, family and friends and strive to promote a better understanding of cross-dressing in society generally, by providing information upon request.

Sydney Men's Network

Sydney Men's Network is a men's peer support network that welcomes transmen. The purpose of the network is the development of men's liberation, the network has also organised marches, gatherings, seminars, conferences, men's groups and workshops, networks with other groups. The network it trains men in counselling, runs public awareness campaigns and publicly supports discussion of men's issues, gives background information on males to journalists, television producers, writers, health workers and other professional working with males or issues of males. The active members of the Sydney Men's Networkbuild their own men's groups. At the middle of the network is a group of men developing peer counselling for men.

  • (02) 9879 4979
  • P.O. Box 2064 Boronia Park N.S.W. 2011

Town & Country Centre (Griffith)

MIA Gay & Lesbian Support Group offers support for all who identify as L.G.B.T. The centre provides a weekly drop-in, 24 hour telephone counselling and referral service, and has information on all health issues, coming-out, transgender, cross-dressing, bisexuality, men who have sex with men. They also provide support for parents, family and friends, youth, ethnic and Koori weekly social functions and a monthly newsletter.

  • (02) 6964 5524
  • 80 Benerembah Street, Griffith N.S.W. 2680
  • P.O. Box 2485 Griffith N.S.W. 2680 5071

Transgender Anti-Violence Project

The Transgender Anti-Violence Project provides a range of free, confidential services including education, support, referrals and advocacy in relation to violence and oppression based on one's gender identity. The Project addresses all forms of violence that impact on the transgender, gender-diverse and gender-questioning community, including (but not limited to) domestic violence, sexual violence, anti-transgender harassment, hate crimes, verbal abuse, physical attacks, bullying, discrimination, stalking and family violence. They need to know about your experiences to be able to help you personally and to document the event in order to stop it from happening to others. When you make a report to the T.A.V.P. you will be assigned a support worker to assess the nature and level of support you may require. The Project will then provide ongoing assistance and referral services, including support when reporting to police, counselling, legal support, court support and medical support and follow-up support.

Transgender Resource and Advocacy Network (Wollongong)

Transgender Resource and Advocacy Network is a service for people who identify as a gender other than their birth gender and providing a safe and confidential place to visit, phone or talk about gender issues between 9:00am and 5:00pm, Thursday and Friday each week.

  • (02) 4226 1163


Twenty 10 is a community based, non profit state-wide organisation that works with and support young people of diverse genders, sexes and sexualities, their families and friends. They aim to be a beacon of strength and acceptance - supporting young people to build resilience and achieve their potential. Twenty10 is a free and confidential service, offering a safe place for clients and staff deal with all enquiries in an understanding, supportive and confidential manner. Twenty10 provides support to young transgender, lesbian, gay and bisexual people who are having trouble at home or are homeless, they provide accommodation, support, counselling, case management and social support as well as information and referrals for young L.G.B.T. people and their families, and runs community education programs throughout N.S.W.