WorldPride has taken over Sydney’s favourite beach with 12,000 people flocking to Bondi for a night of wild celebrations.
Sydney WorldPride is hosting a massive beach party at the city’s famous Bondi Beach from 3pm to late on Saturday.
Thousands of revellers donned their most colourful and eye-catching clothes as they celebrated the special event with the queer community.
The party will feature US pop star Nicole Scherzinger and an all-Australian DJ line-up including Dameeeela, Jarred Baker, Jacqui Cunningham, DJ Charlie Villas and DJ Dan Murphy.
Saturday’s concert is one of the last events for Sydney’s WorldPride which will end with a 50,000-strong march and Closing Concert on Sunday
Mesh, neon and glitter was all the rage with revellers spotted wearing their brightest clothes to the event
Revellers slapped on the sunscreen and brought their hats and paper fans to beat the 22C heat on Saturday
More than 12,000 people headed down to Bondi Beach on Saturday for WorldPride’s Beach Party
Thousands of revellers flocked to Sydney’s favourite beach for the WorldPride event
Sydney WorldPride’s Bondi Beach Party saw 12,000 revellers head to the beach for a seven-hour concert
Glitter, neon and mesh was all the rage with revellers. Even NSW Police dressed for the event, wearing pride-themed sunscreen and using pride-flag paper fans.
‘As you dance from day through to dusk and night, feel the sea breeze on your face as the beach stage transforms from camp pop fun, to fire and house through to heaving electro unity,’ organisers said of the event.
‘As the beat travels out into the South Pacific, keep your eyes peeled as special pop-up performances surround you.
‘Bring your whole self to the sea – all colours of the rainbow are welcome at the beach.’
Sydney’s WorldPride event will finish on Sunday with a 50,000-strong march across the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Several angels were spotted in the crowd at the Bondi Beach Party on Saturday for the WorldPride event
Thousands of revellers descended on Bondi Beach on Saturday for the WorldPride Beach Party
Bright colours were a favourite among partygoers for the seven-hour music event on Saturday
NSW Police stayed on-theme, wearing pride-themed sunscreen and using pride flag fans
People were all smiles as they headed through the event’s flamingo gates and beelined for the beach’s main stage
Thousands of revellers opted for breezy, risque outfits to help beat the heat at Bondi on Saturday
Nautical-themed outfits were seen all over Saturday’s WorldPride party at Bondi Beach
One reveller is seen donning a black mesh top as he gears up for the WorldPride event
Determined to go out with a bang, Sydneysiders showed up in full force for Saturday’s party – set to run from 3pm to 10pm.
Party-goers were all smiles as they headed through the event’s flamingo gates and beelined for the beach’s main stage.
Lifeguard-themed outfits and swimmers were also a popular choice with one person donning a floatie-vest made out of rubber ducks.
A large section of the beach was cordoned off earlier in the day in preparation for the event.
The massive stage set to host the event was covered in rainbow lights and had floral art installations on either side.
Thousands of revellers brought sun-safe accessories and bottles of water to the Bondi Beach Party on Saturday with temperatures expected to reach 22C
Water booths have been stationed throughout the beach party moshpit and at the back of the event with temperatures expected to reach 22C
People were all smiles as they joined 12,000 revellers at Bondi Beach for a seven-hour concert
Thousands of Sydneysiders donned their most colourful clothes for Saturday’s special event
Bondi’s party will feature US pop star Nicole Scherzinger and an all-Australian DJ line-up including Dameeeela, Jarred Baker, Jacqui Cunningham, DJ Charlie Villas and DJ Dan Murphy
Lifeguard-themed outfits and swimmers were a popular choice with one person donning a floatie-vest out of rubber ducks
A Closing Concert will be held at The Domain on Sunday to mark the end of Sydney WorldPride following Saturday’s Bondi Beach Party
Some revellers chose to go all out with the flamingo theme and opted to wear flamingo hats or dye their hair pink for the event
Water booths have been stationed throughout the moshpit and at the back of the event with temperatures expected to reach 22C.
Fans and hats were popular accessories with many revellers determined to beat the heat.
NSW Police were seen in large force at the event alongside paramedics and event security.
Police warned residents to avoid driving in the area ahead of the concert.
‘There’ll be heavy traffic and limited parking as 15,000 people head to Bondi Beach for a Sydney WorldPride party later today,’ it said.
‘Event tickets include travel on public transport so that’s the best way to get there. Avoid driving in the area.’
Thousands of partygoers visited Bondi Beach on Saturday for a seven-hour WorldPride concert
Determined to go out with a bang, Sydneysiders showed up in full force for Saturday’s party – set to run from 3pm to 10pm
Thousands of revellers put on their most colourful clothes to celebrate the WorldPride Bondi Beach Party on Saturday
A seven-hour concert saw 12,000 people from the queer community flock to Bondi Beach on Saturday
Saturday’s Bondi Beach Party was one of Sydney WorldPride’s last events before the festivities wrap up on Sunday
Thousands of revellers donned their brightest clothes for Saturday’s WorldPride Bondi Beach Party
More than 12,000 people headed to Bondi Beach on Saturday for a seven-hour WorldPride concert
Thousands of revellers kept opted for breezy outfits with temperatures at Bondi expected to reach 22C
Another concert will be held at The Domain on Sunday to mark the end of Sydney WorldPride.
The event will feature Ava Max, Kim Petras, MUNA, Keiynan Lonsdale, G Flip, Peach PRC, Alter Boy, BVT and Vetta Borne
‘Made for the young (and young at heart), Rainbow Republic is the music event for you and your 19,999 new mates!’ organisers said.