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all of me’

Queerspace – for community, by community. Counselling. Case management. Advocacy. Research. Training. Professional development. Consultancy.

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After the exhilarating whirlwind of Midsumma, we embraced the warmth of ChillOut in Daylesford, marching proudly in the parade and mingling with the fabulous souls at the festival!

We hosted a picnic for queer parents, joined and sponsored in Queer Iftar events, celebrated at the Globes 2023 Pride Awards where Archer rightfully claimed a well-deserved accolade. Amidst a flurry of campaigns and launches, we’re already hard at work organising even more for the road ahead!

So, settle in, brew yourself a cuppa, and immerse yourself in the latest edition of our Queerspace Newsletter.

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We Are Here

We acknowledge parts of the community are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. First Nations people, QTIPOC, Asylum seekers, refugees and international students show continued resilience, strength and determination. The sex worker and hospitality industries have been hit hard and members of the LGBTIQA+ communities working in these industries have faced job losses and financial stress.

We want to let you know we support you, we are here for you. If you need support please get in touch.

All of our services are continuing via telehealth and online including individual, relationships and family counselling. Peer support groups are also continuing online. For more information go to ‘Our Programs’ tab or Contact us.

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Need Support?

We are here to support you. All of our services are still available. Queerspace acknowledges some communities will be disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. We are working collaboratively with different orgs to respond to needs arising from the communities we serve. We are here to support you.

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Introducing Queerspace

Queerspace is an LGBTIQ+ health and wellbeing support service established in 2009 by LGBTIQ+ communities for LGBTIQ+ communities. Queerspace has a focus on relationships, families, parenting and young people and offers co-located services across the north- west metropolitan region of Victoria.

Queerspace services include:


Counselling (including individual, relationship and family counselling), case management, advocacy and support services to help you with a range of issues.


Peer support including groups and seminars.


Professional development, training, consulting and support for organisations who work with LGBTIQ+ people and their families.

We foster partnerships with an extensive range of mental health and community sector services, healthcare providers (including hospitals), early childhood education providers, primary and secondary schools, as well as local government child and family, youth, and aged care services and programs.

At Queerspace, we are devoted to promoting LGBTIQA+ inclusion and celebrating the diversity of gender, age, race, faith, and abilities. Our Carlton location is designed with inclusivity in mind, featuring all-gender bathrooms, ramps, an elevator, and accessible meeting rooms equipped with hearing loops. Additionally, interpreting services can be arranged upon request at all of our sites.

We are honoured to house some of Victoria’s most prominent LGBTIQA+ community advocacy groups, such as Transgender Victoria and Inclusive Rainbow Voices, at our Queerspace headquarters located at 100 Drummond Street, Carlton. With multiple locations spread throughout Victoria, we strive to make Queerspace an accessible and welcoming space for all.

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Get to Know Our Home

Queerspace is located at drummond street services, 100 Drummond street, Carlton. Access to the building is via ramp or stairs and automatically opening doors. Reception is located on the right-hand side of the foyer and includes our waiting area. Please call or email reception to notify them of your accessibility requirements.

Queerspace Youth

Queerspace Youth is an initiative for all LGBTIQ+ and questioning young people aged 18-25. Wherever you’re at on your queer journey, our fortnightly low-stress events emphasise the importance of fun, accessibility, and community.