2019 Pride March – 3 February

Soon it will be time to march as a group of loud, proud, bisexual+ people down the streets of Saint Kilda, being visible (for a change), and showing off our community.

This year we are marching with the Melbourne Bisexual Network and hope to have a huge turn out.  Some tips to make the event successful for all of us are below.  Please note the new start time of 11am.  We will be meeting from 9am onwards.  Further details about our marching order will be provided in late January.

Top Tips

Read on for essential information about Midsumma Pride March 2019.

Familiarise Yourself with the Assembly Times 

(See map below for all locations)

We Have New Marching Times
11am: March begins
1.15pm: March ends (approx)
11.15am – 4pm: Post-Pride March Celebrations at Catani Gardens

Stay Hydrated

Help us reduce the impact of single-use plastic water bottles by bringing a reusable bottle to the march as we have free water refilling stations across the event.

Eat Something
You will find food trucks at Assembly and in Catani Gardens. There is also fantastic bars and restaurants along Fitzroy Street.

Be Sun Smart
Don’t forget to slip, slop, slap! We also recommend leaving your pets at home, where it’s cool.

Read our FAQs
Whether you are handing out things to the crowd or crafting your own banners, check out our FAQs for the do and don’ts of activities during the march.

Plan Your Travel
It’s a big event, parking is going to be limited! Please note that Fitzroy Street will be closed to traffic between 8am and 4.30pm approximately. Additionally, trams will not be travelling down Fitzroy Street between 10.30am and 2.30pm.

Marching Route

Marchers’ Assembly: The Ian Johnson Oval on the corner of Lakeside Drive and Fitzroy Street.
Marching Route: Proceeds down Fitzroy Street and ends in Catani Gardens, St Kilda
End of March: Marchers & vehicles will turn right into Acland Street extension. Marchers will then cross Beaconfield Parade into Catani Gardens. Vehicles will turn right into Beaconsfield Parade. Please note, there is no parking provided for vehicles after the march.
 


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