Past events

Check out our past World AIDS Day events – for remembrance or inspiration.

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  • Brown Sugar presents Coachella

    A night to show support for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ Sistergirl and Brotherboy mob, and our communities living with HIV.
  • Positively Inspired: exhibition launch

    "Positively Inspired" is a remarkable art exhibition that showcases the creative talents of BGF's community members. Free to attend. All proceeds of artworks go back to the community artists who created them.
  • Let's Talk HIV: the basics and beyond!

    A one hour webinar to present up-to-date HIV prevention, testing and treatment information to community organisations. Presented by MHAHS, Pozhet, Positive Life NSW and Bobby Goldsmith Foundation.
  • In Conversation - Western Australia Museum (Boola Bardip)

    Join us for a compelling discussion shedding light on the distinctive narratives of those openly embracing their HIV-positive status and what this has meant historically and in today's world. Speakers announced soon.
  • Breakfast fundraiser

    Join us on 2 December for our World AIDS Day breakfast fundraiser at the recently made over The Reserve.
  • Big Banana

    The iconic 'Big Banana' monument will light up in red to raise awareness in community about the issues surround HIV and AIDS and to remember those we have lost since the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
  • Let's see red this World Aids Day

    Wear a red shirt on the day to join Rainbow Coffs Harbour's community photo at the Big Banana to create awareness on HIV for World AIDS Day.
  • NSW 2023 World AIDS Day

    You are invited to join Positive Life NSW and the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) this 2023 World AIDS Day along with all community members living with HIV, our friends and family in commemorating the Australian and international themes of Inclusion.Respect.Equity and Let Communities Lead.
  • Paint the town red dance party

    Dancing is healing, dancing is community building, dancing is therapy. During the AIDS epidemic years, dance floors became spaces of healing, of commemoration, of resistance. 
  • World Aids Day commemoration

    You are invited to join Positive Life NSW and the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation (BGF) this World AIDS Day along with all community members living with HIV, our friends and family in commemorating the Australian and international themes of inclusion, respect and equity.
  • Cairns World AIDS Day Vigil

    You are invited to join us at the Cairns candlelight vigil, on Friday the 1st of December 2023.
  • World AIDS Day Memorial

    Join us on Friday 1st December for our annual World AIDS Day Memorial. We're pleased to hold the event both in person and online - livestreamed via Zoom.
  • Northern Rivers World Aids Day Symposium

    This symposium gathers local community leaders to speak about their experience during the HIV epidemic in the region from the 1980s to the present.
  • Thriving on the Big Screen

    Thriving is a beautiful, inspiring and emotional filmed performance poem featuring seven women living with HIV who collaborated with Melbourne performance poet Fleassy Malay and filmed by Ryan Lee Adams.
  • Lismore lads red lunch

    Join the Lismore lads red lunch this World Aids Day for lunch and trivia.
  • Sunshine Coast remembrance luncheon

    Join us to reflect, remember, and look to the future at the Sunshine Coast World AIDS Day Remembrance Luncheon, held in the beautiful surrounds of Munro Martin Parklands.
  • Toowoomba film screening and panel discussion

    USQ Toowoomba, together with QPP and the Inclusive Counselling Collective invite you to join in a community lunch, a screening of A Kid Called Troy (1993), and a panel discussion, to commemorate World AIDS Day.
  • World AIDS Day Morning Tea

    Join us at Frog Hollow Reserve for a morning tea on World AIDS Day, hosted by the Albion Centre, Bobby Goldsmith Foundation and Positive Life NSW. Everyone is welcome to join us to commemorate and support this important day.
  • Community BBQ

    Join us for the Community BBQ for PLHIV, supporters and allies to support World Aids Day.
  • Red ribbon stall – Darwin

    Pop into the mall or NTAHC Darwin and Alice Springs in the lead up to World AIDS Day! This year, NTAHC has teamed up with a local business, the Wicked Collective, to bring you limited edition handmade ribbon earrings and lapel pins.
  • Victorian World AIDS Day Community Forum

    This is a panel discussion moderated by Sara Graham (Victorian Department of Health) with community leaders from the HIV sector who will discuss the topic for discussion: “Equity for all”.
  • World AIDS Day pop-up stall

    Meridian will be hosting a World AIDS Day Pop-Up Stall in Garema Place, Canberra.