Fairfield Liverpool LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Network

Fairfield and Liverpool LGAs

Health, Access And Momentum

About us.

FLLIN is an inclusive network that brings together any service providers that work with gender and/or sexually diverse people within the Fairfield or Liverpool areas. 

Meeting Details.

Our meetings are currently on hold.

How to join our network.

To get involved please contact
Mahee Haque at mahee.haque@health.nsw.gov.au

Our events.

Check out our events below – or visit all the network events page to what’s happening out and about, on and offline in our Western Sydney LGBTQ+ community.

Coffee Collab

10:00 am

Hosted by: Brought to you by: Fairfield Liverpool LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Network

Come for a coffee to connect, collaborate and caffeinate. Meet other organisations and passionate people that work with the LGBTIQ+ community in Fairfield and Liverpool

Location: Cafe Academia: 100 Macquarie St, Liverpool NSW 2170


FLLIN Logo Competiton

12:00 am

Hosted by: Fairfield Liverpool LGBTIQ+ Inclusive Network

To increase public awareness and visibility, FLLIN is launching an exciting new logo competition, helping us stand out for the next five years. We can’t wait to see what you can come up with and you could win $250. ​We would love this logo to represent our collaboration, our diverse community and our commitment to impact and change within our LGBTIQ community.

Location: online


more about Us



Identify opportunities to promote inclusiveness including the promotion of campaigns such as International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia and Wear it Purple Day.


Promote and support consolidation of collaborative partnerships between organizations to promote community development, health promotion, human rights and social justice for the marginalized communities.


As a network we plan, implement and support health and wellbeing initiatives. We build local knowledge by sharing information on arising trends, challenges and successes to build stronger services that can support and adapt to community need.


Discuss organisational issues that affect marginalised communities such as LGBTIQA communities & identify improvements that can be made.

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ACON and Western Sydney MRC acknowledge the traditional owners of all the lands on which we live and work and pay respects to LGBTQ+ Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander elders, leaders, Sistergirls and Brotherboys.