Let's Talk

PFLAG Geelong meets once a month on the first Wednesday of the month at 5.30pm. Our meetings are friendly, informal and open to all.

You can contact us using the form below, or if you need to talk to someone call 5272 4688 and ask to speak to a GASP project worker. Your call is confidential and we will not share your information with anyone else.




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Phone: 5272 4688 (When calling, ask to speak to someone from the GASP team.)
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Snail Mail:  
83 Ryrie St  
VIC 3220



Further Support and Information

The GASP project Geelong


Support and information for your child, yourself and their school, as well as a social and support group that provides a safe space for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and questioning young people aged 10 – 25.

PFLAG Victoria


Melbourne branch of PFLAG.

Gay and Lesbian Switchboard


Telephone counselling, information and referrals.



For parents of children experiencing a range of gender identity issues. We are based in Australia and have come together to offer support to other families experiencing similar issues.

OII Australia – Intersex Australia


Human rights promotion, information and peer support for intersex people.

ALSO Foundation


Leadership and support for Victoria’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities.

Hares and Hyenas


63 Johnston St  Fitzroy

is a great bookstore with a fantastic selection of books and magazines about all things LGBTI.

Rainbow Families Council


Supporting and promoting equality for parents and prospective parents who identify as lesbian, gay, bi, transgender or intersex, and their children.


GLHV (Gay and Lesbian Health Victoria)


A Health Resource Unit for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Victorians, established to enhance and promote the health and well being of GLBTI people in Victoria.

VicAIDS Council


To work in partnership to improve health outcomes for the sexually and gender diverse community.

The law and the rights of LGBTI people

Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission


Information on sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.

Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby


The Victorian Gay and Lesbian Rights Lobby works for and with the whole gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer community to end discrimination and to achieve equality and social justice.

Young People

Minus 18


Aims to improve the lives of same sex attracted and gender diverse (SSAGD) youth; to empower them, connect them with others and help them understand themselves. We do this through social events, resource production, partnering with other community groups, and awareness raising.

Safe Schools Coalition Victoria


Safe Schools Coalition Victoria (SSCV) is a coalition of schools and individuals dedicated to creating safer educational environments where every family can belong, every teacher can teach, and every student can learn.

Rainbow Network


Rainbow Network Victoria is for anyone who works with same sex attracted or gender questioning young people in any setting. (Though anyone can access the information online). We provide free resources, training, enewsletters, networking events, advice and guidance.


Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development


A resource to help make educational decisions relating to pre-school and school, through to university and technical or further education.

Take Action

Marriage Equality


An organisation campaigning for gay and lesbian marriage; with details of current laws and events.

No to Homophobia Campaign


The campaign aims to challenge all forms of harassment and discrimination faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (GLBTIQ) people, whether it happens in the workplace or in social situations. The campaign aims to reduce the incidence of homophobic, biphobic and transphobic harassment in Victoria (and beyond) by empowering both GLBTIQ people and the broader community to respond to and speak out against this harassment.

Additional information