From: Saturday, February 24, 2024
To: Saturday, February 24, 2024
Sydney Sissy Ball 2024
Australia’s biggest vogue ball is full of attitude. Style and precision will once again collide on the runway as Sissy Ball takes over Sydney Town Hall with a celebration of self-expression and identity.
- Stay close to Hyde Park, just a short drive from the host venue. Check out the Sheraton Grand, with views of the park. The hotel is right on the doorstep of the busy gay bars on Oxford Street.
The Sydney Sissy Ball
- Saturday February 24th – Inspired by NYC’s iconic vogue ballroom scene, entrants will take centre stage as they battle for judges attention and the prestigious Sissy Ball category titles; awarded for dance, movement, fashion, and air.
- Godmother of Australian ballroom Kilia continues her reign as curator as houses from across the country battle it out for their 10 points. Sissy Ball is once again set to be a festival highlight and sell out event.
- After claiming history as Australia’s biggest Vogue Ball, Sissy Ball returns to shine a spotlight on Asia Pacific’s burgeoning vogue scene by showcasing the fiercest local talent alongside soon to be unveiled legends of the vogue scene.
- Rounding out entertainment on the night will be live music, DJs and performing artists.
- The party runs from 6 pm until 11 pm.
- This year’s glam throw down finds a new home at the regal Sydney Town Hall, just 9 minutes drive from the gay bars and clubs along Sydney’s oxford street.
- The Sydney Town Hall is a late 19th-century heritage-listed town hall and will be transformed by organisers into the epicentre of Vogueing in Australia for one night only.
Recommended Hotels in Sydney
The following Sydney hotels are close to the city’s top attractions and a short ride to the gay bars and the Sissy Ball:
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5 Star, Luxury
Located on Hyde Park in the Sydney CBD (Central Business District), Pullman Sydney Hyde Park features 2 restaurants and a rooftop pool and patio. All guest rooms offer views of the park or city and feature an LCD TV with cable channels. Pullman Sydney’s spacious guestrooms each include a desk, seating area and internet access. Guests can work out in the fitness centre.
5 Star, Readers Choice
Situated in the heart of Surry Hills in Sydney, Crystalbrook Albion offers accommodation with an eclectic mix of heritage and contemporary details. It features a 24-hour desk with a team of hosts available to offer individualized service, a rooftop garden oasis with views over Surry Hills and Sydney city and an honour bar featuring top-shelf beverages and gourmet nibbles.
4 Star, Great Value
Situated just 2 minutes’ walk from Hyde Park and Oxford Street, Wyndham Vacation Resorts Sydney offers air-conditioned apartments, secure covered car parking, plus a restaurant and café. All apartments feature an LCD TV, an in-room safe and a hairdryer. Full kitchen facilities or a kitchenette are also provided. Guests have access to laundry and dry cleaning facilities
Rydges Sydney Central
4 Star, Location
Located on the edge of the Sydney Central Business District, Rydges Sydney Central features a 15 m indoor pool, a spa, 1 bar and 2 restaurants. All rooms and suites at the Rydges Sydney Central come with deluxe beds and custom furnishings. Modern amenities include internet access and a large flat-screen TV. Guests can work-out in the fitness centre and unwind in the sauna.
Sydney Sissy Ball
Sydney’s Biggest Vogue Ball!
Top Gay Neighbourhoods in Sydney
Sydney, has several neighborhoods known for their LGBTQ+ friendliness and vibrant culture. These areas are popular among the LGBTQ+ community and allies, offering a variety of entertainment, nightlife, and cultural experiences.
Darlinghurst | The Gay Hub of Sydney
- Known as Sydney’s LGBTQ+ hub,
- Darlinghurst is home to the famous Oxford Street, lined with LGBTQ+-friendly bars, clubs, restaurants, and shops.
- It’s the heart of the city’s LGBTQ+ scene and hosts the annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
- Discover the best things to see and do in Darlinghurst
Next to Darlinghurst, Surry Hills offers trendy cafes, & a bohemian feel. Popular with LGBTQ+ travelers
Known for its alternative culture, street art, quirky shops, live music, and an inclusive vibe its a unique experience.