This page features links to information, supports, national trans community organisations, and links for clinicians.
This website is FANTASTIC for all things trans!
Information and resources written by Australian trans people.
Videos and resources about the basics, families, allies, relationships, neurodivergence, and people of colour.
This website has lots of different articles on various LGBTIQA+ topics.
Specific focus on young people.
Information and personal stories about top surgery (chest masculinising surgery).
An interactive online tool to practice using pronouns including they, xe, ze, hir, ey, fae, hu, she, and he.
Youth Pride Network teamed up with Legal Aid WA to provide the community with accurate and comprehensive legal fact sheets on the subjects of discrimination, transgender health rights, and international human rights.
Suicide peer support groups for trans, non-binary and gender questioning people.
In-person and online groups.
Webchat and hotline providing anonymous and free LGBTI peer support and referral for people in Australia wanting to talk about sexuality, identity, gender, bodies, feelings or relationships.
A national crisis counselling, support and suicide prevention hotline. Lifeline is not LGBTQIA+ specific, but has undergone training with the National LGBTI Health Alliance to be able to best support trans and gender diverse people.
National trans community orgs
Facebook support group for gender diverse Aboriginal Sistergirls and Brotherboys. Allies, family, friends and supporters are welcome.
A peer led social support and advocacy group for trans/gender diverse young people. Information, articles, videos, support.
Transcend provides parent/carer support, community connection, information, advocacy & fundraising.
Facebook groups for trans and gender diverse people, parents and carers, partners and allies.
Facebook page with information and resources relevant to trans masc folks.
Peer support for parents, information sessions, workshops and panels to connect parents, professionals and allies with information, resources and access to experts and those with lived experience.
The Australian Professional Association for Trans Health (AusPATH) is Australia’s peak body for professionals involved in the health, rights and well-being of trans, gender diverse and non-binary people.
Resources for clinicians and the workforce. Reports, webinars, submissions.
Free online training module for general practitioners, practice nurses and medical students to become familiar with and sensitive to the diverse terminology, experiences, health issues, standards, and referral pathways with respect to trans, gender diverse, and non-binary (TGDNB) clients.
This free module is designed for a range of mental health professionals to become familiar with and sensitive to the diverse terminology, experiences, issues, standards, and referral pathways with respect to trans, gender diverse, and non-binary (TGDNB) clients.