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The Gay and Lesbian Singers of Western Australia are a choral group who welcomes members from all colours of the sexuality and gender diversity rainbow with a motto of Harmony in Diversity.
- Local Clubs:LGBTI,Music
GALSWA are apart of the LGBTIQ+ community and sing at events within the community and also in wider community events. The choir is open to anyone wishing to join.
Members agree to abide by the following aims:
- Promote and develop the presence of a Gay and Lesbian choir in Perth
- Encourage choral music skills in the Gay and Lesbian community
- Encourage members to participate in GALSWA activities
- Provide a supportive and non-discriminatory environment which fosters musical and social interaction
- Promote pride in, and a positive image of a Gay and Lesbian Lifestyle
- [email protected]
- (08) 9272 3189
Over the last four years, the NWS has become recognised and respected as the leading grassroots agency within Nyoongar Country.
- Local Clubs:Aboriginal,Sports
- Employees (FTE):9
- Sports:Local Clubs
OUTdance is a Perth based ballroom dancing group that stages various social events and runs weekly classes for same-sex couples and singles.
- Type:Club,Local Focus
- Local Clubs:Social Club,LGBTI
Starting in 2001, OUTdance is a great opportunity to meet new people while you learn how to dance in a safe, relaxed environment.
Dances include Cha Cha, Cubam Rumba, Barn Dance, Disco Madison, Evening Three Step, Jive, Progressive Jive, Quickstep, Samba, Square Rumba, Slow Rhythm and Tango.
OUTdance is held every Tuesday from 7:00pm at the Mt Hawthorn Community Hall.
The WA Mining Club provides interaction at both a social and technical level across the mining industry through various events and activities.
- Industry & Politics:Other
The WA Mining Club was formed in 1972 by mining professionals who felt there was a need for greater interaction at both a social and technical level across the industry.
Current members come from varied backgrounds including accountants, economists, engineers, geologists, journalists, lawyers, metallurgists, suppliers and technical service industry representatives.