Whittlesea Pride

7 May 2023 - 11:00am

Come and be a part of the magic as Whittlesea Community Connections and partners transform the  north into a vibrant rainbow of color, music, and dance.

From the dance floor, to arts and crafts, community stalls and food trucks there will be something for everyone as we celebrate the vibrant tapestry of our community. Our festival will be a celebration of all identities, backgrounds, and orientations, and we welcome all families to join in the festivities

  • All ages welcome
  • FREE Tickets!


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Gender-neutral toilets
  • Changing rooms
  • Quiet space that anyone is welcome to access at any point during the event
  • Protection from weather under the pavilion, marquees, main grandstand and shaded grandstands
  • Assistance animals welcome and water bowls will be made available
  • Safety officers and youth workers on-site

Meadowglen Atheletics International Stadium (MIAS) is located within the Meadowglen Athletics Reserve at 146 - 156 McDonalds Road, Epping, adjacent to a skatepark. The nearest bus stop is approximately 160 metres away on the corner of Gibbons Drive and McDonalds Road. The Mernda train line and bus service 901 will take you to MIAS. South Morang Railway Station is a 1km walk to MIAS.

If you have any additional access needs, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate. The complete access key for Meadowglen Athletics International Stadium can be found here:https://www.whittlesea.vic.gov.au/media/9678/meadowglen-international-athletics-stadium-mias-access-key-v3.pdf

Important things to note:

  • This event is drug, alcohol, vape and smoke free.
  • Tickets & bags will be checked upon arrival.
  • Only assistance animals are permitted.

Please do not hesitate to reach out directly if you have any questions about the event using the following email address: pride@whittleseacc.org.au

This event will be held on the lands of the Wurundjeri people. We acknowledge their continuing connection to land, water and community and pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded; this always was and always will be Aboriginal land.