A Potts Point resident has started a social group for queer locals in the high-density suburb.
David Rorke, who is new to the area, said he started Potts Point Poofs as a reaction to the time-poor lifestyle of most residents.

“It’s not easy to meet local friends when you work full-time outside of the city and have other commitments all over the place,” he told Sydney Star Observer. “That’s why I wanted to start my own social group.”

Rorke intends for Potts Point Poofs to be a social community where queer residents of the area can meet each other and share local recommendations on the best places to eat, drink and shop. The group is open to all age groups and genders.

“If you’re in Potts Point or the vicinity, if you’ve just moved in or you’ve been here for years and if you want to meet new people to grow your social circle, then please join the group. Once we get a few members we can get things going — who knows where we’ll end up,” he said.

info: Those interested in joining the group can email pottspointpoofs@gmail.com.

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