The 2022 Pride March Adelaide will be held on Saturday 5 November 2022.
Gather from 5:30pm at Wauwi / Light Square. March at 6:30pm to Tarntanyangga / Victoria Square via Morphett and Gouger Streets. See the map of the route.
Anyone who supports queer LGBTIQA+ people and communities is welcome to participate.
The 1.3km march route is flat and wheelchair accessible.
The march leaves Wauwi / Light Square at 6:30pm travelling south down Morphett Street until turning left on to Gouger Street and heading east to the southern half of Tarntanyangga / Victoria Square.
AUSLAN interpreters will be present.
Contact us for further information.
Individuals and small groups of friends and family can simply turn up on the day. We gather from 5:30pm and the march starts moving at 6:30pm. There will be a DJ playing. Participation in Pride March Adelaide is free.
Groups and Businesses
Groups and businesses that include and support LGBTIQA+ people are invited to register so that we can plan the order and logistics of the march.
Registration is free, please fill out the Group Registration Form.
Registrations are due Sunday 16 October. We''ll be in touch via email before the end of October to let you know details of your participation in the march.
Groups may use a vehicle.
Groups using a vehicle must register with Pride Adelaide (Group Registration Form).
Groups are limited to one vehicle each due to limited road space at the gathering point in Wauwi / Light Square (emergency services excepted).
Drivers must be licenced and legally entitled to drive on public roads.
Vehicles must be registered and roadworthy.
Vehicles must be small enough to be driven with a regular drivers licence (emergency services excepted).
Vehicles must travel at walking pace – not more than 5 km/h.
The march is led by the motorcycle contingent.
Motorcyclists must be licenced and legally entitled to drive on public roads.
Motorcycles must be registered and roadworthy.
Motorcyclists will have permission from SA Police to not wear helmets during the march.
Helmets must be worn before and after the march.
Motorcyclists must travel at walking pace – not more than 5 km/h.
Motorcyclists may have a passenger.
There is a Facebook Group where we will post up-to-date information for motorcyclists.
The safety of participants is our number one priority. The following prohibitions will help us all stay safe.
No Fire - open flames, fireworks, flares, fire batons, fire breathing, sparklers, etc. are prohibited.
No Projectiles - nothing is to be thrown at people, instead you may hand things to people.
No Loose Glitter - loose glittter is not permitted as it is lethal to animals and the environment when washed into our waterways.
No Balloons - balloons are not permitted unless they are biodegradable.
No Racism, Sexism, Homophobia, Transphobia, Biphobia, etc.
No Alcohol - the gathering point, ending point, and march route are within a dry zone and the police may fine you if you consume alcohol.
If you have any questions or concerns about participating in Pride March Adelaide please contact us.