Welcome to the NSW Seahorse Society


What is the Seahorse Society?

The Seahorse Society of New South Wales is a non-profit social and support organisation for cross-dressers and transgender people. It is the longest running and best-known organisation of its type in Australia, having begun in 1971.

Why the name "Seahorse"?

The name "Seahorse" was adopted because "it is a rather delightful creature, a trifle slow but with graceful movement and quiet dignity" and because of its "combination, at times, of both gender roles."

What are Seahorse's aims?

The Society's aims are to bring cross-dressers and transgender people together socially in a safe venue, to provide mutual support for them, their partners and families, and to promote a better understanding of these issues to the wider community.

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Would you like to join Seahorse?

To join Seahorse Society, by mail or using our confidential on-line application form:

What is Seahorse's history?

The Seahorse Club, it was founded in 1971 by cross-dressers who wished to share their interests with like-minded people. Initially Australia wide, the club quickly grew and eventually each state formed their own branch. The N.S.W. branch was incorporated in 1990.

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What's New at Seahorse?

Latest News Items

  • Website enhancements
  • Seahorse Membership data since 2007

For details:

Would you like to contact Seahorse?

There are several ways to make contact with Seahorse:

  • Contact us via email
  • Phone: 0490 138 804
  • Mail: PO Box 2193, Boronia Park, NSW 2111, AUSTRALIA

What is on this website?

This website has lots of information about the Seahorse Society's activities and about cross-dressing generally.
Below is a list of the main sections of this website. A complete list of current webpages is available on the Site Map

Main Sections

 

Main Section: Includes Seahorse events, our aims, how to join Seahorse, how to contact Seahorse, and much more, listed below, listed under "What's on?", "Communicate", "And much more...".


Resources Section: Includes shopping guide, makeup tips, articles, library, guidelines & getting help.

Members Section: Password-protected access to our magazines, events photos & Committee minutes.

Partners Section: Advice & support for partners and family of cross-dressers.



What's on?

 

News Items: Items relevant to members including website updates.

Events: Seahorse Events and other CD/TG events held in NSW.

Our Calendar: On-line calendar contains our events and other CD/TG organisations.



Communicate

 

Contact Page: How to contact us by mail, phone or email.

Email List: Members can join the email list to get the news & an electronic copy of the Magazine.

Seahorse Forum: Discuss cross-dressing & transgender issues in our Forum.



And much more...

 

Our FAQs Pages: Frequently asked questions: cross-dressing; going out in public; joining Seahorse.

Links to our Sister Organisations: Organisations throughout Australia and the World.

Sponsors' Page: Details of our very generous sponsors.

Payments Page: How to pay your subscription or to buy tickets on-line for Seahorse events.

Site Map: A list of all the webpages on this site.

Search: Search the Seahorse website.

Privacy: Read our privacy statement.


Disclosures

This site does NOT contain explicit or offensive material. This site is safe to browse for people who are interested in understanding more about cross-dressing and transgender issues and who would like to find out more about transgender activities in Sydney and New South Wales, Australia.


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Main Links Menu

Main Sections: 
Home
Resources
Members
Partners

What's on?
Latest News Items
Seahorse & other TG events
Christmas Party/Harbour Cruise
Our Calendar

Communicate:
Contact Us
Join the Email List
Seahorse Forum

And more...
Our Aims
Join Seahorse
Frequently Asked Questions
Links to Sister Organisations
Seahorse Sponsors

And even more...
Payments Page
Search
Our History
Miscellaneous pages


This website was designed by and is maintained by Christine Parker

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