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Fair Day in photos: a great start to Sydney WorldPride

Our photographer Michelle Haywood snapped so many fun moments at Mardi Gras Fair Day at Victoria Park, Broadway, on Sunday February 19, you just have to take a look!

She’s captured the rainbow extravaganza of the performances, the family-friendly spaces, the dogs, the glam, the love, the First Nations presence and even the twilight crowd surfing! What a fabulous start to the first WorldPride in the Southern Hemisphere. See https://sydneyworldpride.com/ for upcoming events in the WorldPride line up.

 

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