LGBTIQ+ Friendly Sporting Club Directory
Bent Kranks is a bike club created for the gay and lesbian community of Melbourne and open to all. Whether you are a once a year rider or a weekend warrior who likes to hit the trails in and around Melbourne, we have a ride for you.
ClimbingQTs is about community. Yes we love the outdoors and we love pulling on plastic too! But at the heart of what we aim to do is hold a space for all humans, regardless of their gender, sexuality or identity to feel comfortable, welcome and safe.
Queer dancing specialists who provide a safe & fun environment for the LGBTIQ community & their friends to learn and express themselves in dance. Looking for some social dancing fun and exercise? Beginners & Intermediate Classes every Saturday.
Gippsland Ranges Roller Derby
Gippsland Ranges Roller Derby, formerly Latrobe City Roller Derby, are a not for profit, Mixed gender Roller Derby club in Gippsland Victoria. Affiliated with Skate Victoria, we are based at our dedicated GRRD Shed Facility at the Traralgon Showgrounds.
The Melbourne Argonauts Queer Rowing Club was formed in 2001 and held our first Annual General Meeting on a train from Melbourne to Geelong.
The Melbourne Chargers were formed in 2009, with the purpose of creating a rugby team where new players could learn the game in an accepting environment, and returning players who had left the sport because of their sexuality could play openly.
Melbourne Dragons Martial Arts is Melbourne’s first inclusive LGBT+ martial arts club. We offer Martial Arts and self defence classes in our queer friendly Collingwood dojo. We run our Karate classes and Muay Thai/Kick Boxing once a week.
We are an inclusive running and walking club, open to anyone regardless of ability, age, sexual orientation or gender identity. We are part of the International Frontrunners, a network of like-minded LGBT+ running and walking clubs across the globe.
Established in 2001 by a group of swimmers interested in attending the 2002 Gay Games. Since then we have grown into one of Melbourne’s largest masters swimming clubs, competing in local, national and international events.
Melbourne Rovers was formed in June 2008, as a LGBTIQ soccer club to foster the playing of soccer so as to achieve the general aims of physical and social fitness, health and recreation.
We're a friendly gay badminton club, always looking for new players so if you'd like to come along and play a bit of badminton you'd be very welcome. We have a good mix of abilities and there is no expectation of ability.
The Melbourne Spectres Gay and Lesbian Basketball Club provides all members of the community, regardless of age, skill level or sexual orientation, with a supportive and socially inclusive environment to participate in basketball
Since 1985 the Melbourne Spikers Volleyball Club has provided a friendly and supportive environment for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in Melbourne. We're open to anyone regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Melbourne Surge Water Polo Club is for all those interested in training and playing water polo with an inclusive, fun loving and active team. We are Victoria's only gay and lesbian water polo club.
Melbourne University Women's Football Club
Melbourne University Women’s Football Club (MUWFC) has a proud history and culture of LGBTIQ+ inclusion and celebrates the diversity of our players, coaches, volunteers and members both past and present. The foundational motto of the Melbourne University Women’s Football Club is to ‘Lead the Way’ in all that we do, and our values are Unity, Integrity, Progress & Support.
The Melbourne Wranglers is an inclusive DGS, not-for-profit community wrestling club.
The Melbourne Wranglers Wrestling Club concentrates on Olympic Freestyle wrestling.
We train Friday nights at 7:45pm at Dominance MMA - 555 Victoria Street Abbotsford.
Parkville Womens Hockey
Founded in 1985, Parkville Women’s Hockey Club celebrates diversity and values inclusion. We have been going for over 35 years. Our club aims to provide an environment that is inclusive and accessible to all.
Queer Sporting Alliance
Queer Sporting Alliance (QSA) is Australia and NZ's largest LGBTIQA+ sporting club. QSA's mission is to ensure LGBTIQA+ folk can access and participate in community sport.
Shuttlecats is a badminton club for queer women and their allies who want to play badminton in Melbourne.
Sixty Niners Bowling League
The 69ers ten pin-bowling league is a gay & lesbian group. The 69ers tenpin bowling league has been around for many years and the group bowls at Moorabbin Bowling Centre every Thursday 8:15pm.