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Marching with pride
Melbourne’s LGBTI community is set to descend on St Kilda this Sunday, February 5 for the 17th annual Pride March. Marchers will assemble at noon at the top end of Fitzroy St to march down the main thoroughfare from 2pm, winding up at Catani Gardens on the St Kilda beach foreshore to continue festivities.
A range of groups will march on the day including Victoria Police, the Victorian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, Ambulance Victoria and Port Phillip Council, along with regulars Dykes on Bikes, the Rainbow Families Council, JOY 94.9 and the Melbourne Rainbow Band.
Gay Catholic group Acceptance Melbourne will once again take to the streets to celebrate 40 years since its set-up.