Reciprocal Membership

We are very proud of our partnership and reciprocal arrangements with the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Business Association (SGLBA) and the Gay & Lesbian Organisation of Business and Enterprise Melbourne (GLOBE).


For more details of our sister business networks please click their logos below.  Pride Business Network members travelling interstate can get into SGLBA & GLOBE events at member prices (often free).  Contact us before you go and we will let them know you are coming.

Community Links

The Brisbane Hustlers - originally formed in 2004 - are a Rugby Union football team based at Easts Ruby Union Club at Coorparoo.  The Hustlers are Brisbane's only GLBTI and inclusive rugby team.  The club welcomes members of all preferences and playing experience.  In 2016 the GLBN is a bronze sponsor of the Hustlers.  Check out their website here:


The LGBTI Legal Service Inc. has been established by, and continues to be overseen by a management committee of individuals representing the diverse communities under the LGBTI banner.  As a non-profit and unfunded community organisation, they rely heavily on the support of the community and volunteers.  There are three ways to become part of and assist the organisation: become a member, volunteer or make a donation.  Check out the LGBTI Legal Service Inc. website: 


Team Aqualicious is Brisbane's Master swim team open to friends and members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community.  We welcome new members of all ages and experience levels to our inclusive environment, and we promote a healthy lifestyle through sport.  Whether you lover to compete or just want to swim socially, you have a place at Aqualicious.  Click here to go to the Aqualicious website.


Old Mates United is a North Brisbane Futsal team comprised of people who identify themselves as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Straight.  We play every Sunday in the mixed division competition located at the Brisbane City Indoor Sports Centre at 117 Mina Street, Newmarket.  New players are always welcome, no experience required.  For more enquiries contact Jonathan Saavedra at


Open Doors Youth Service is a safe place where LGBT young people aged 12-24, can engage in social, educational and supported activities in a safe environment.  Open doors provides support, information and advice to all LGBT young people and their families.  Many of the young people Open Doors supports are homeless, at risk of homelessness, have experienced bullying, discrimination and mental health issues.  Open doors seek support from the wider community to continue their vital role with LGBT young people in Queensland.  Click here to go to Open Doors Youth Service website