Taking place from 17 February to 5 March 2023, Sydney WorldPride celebrated Australia’s brilliant and diverse LGBTQIA+ community, in a city renowned for its diversity, inclusivity and proud LGBTQIA+ population, all during the glorious Sydney summer.

The event, which takes place every few years, aims to promote equality, human rights, and diversity. It’s a huge opportunity for Sydney to showcase its culture, community, and spirit of inclusivity to the world.

Security is a critical aspect of any large-scale event, particularly one that attracts a diverse and global audience like World Pride. The safety and well-being of attendees is paramount, and it takes a skilled and dedicated team to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

As a security provider for World Pride 2023, ISEC played an integral role in planning, implementing, and executing the event’s security strategy. This involved everything from risk assessment and threat analysis to crowd management, access control, and emergency response.

In addition to the technical aspects of security, ISEC maintained security on the front lines, interacting with attendees and ensuring that everyone felt safe and secure throughout the event. This requires not only specialised skills and training but also a commitment to customer service and professionalism.

By providing security for WorldPride 2023, ISEC contributed to the success of the event and helped showcase Sydney’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. We hope our efforts helped create a welcoming and safe environment for attendees from all backgrounds.

Our involvement with WorldPride was as an opportunity to showcase our expertise and commitment to security, and to maintain our position as a leader in the security industry. We hope we can use this experience to build relationships with the LGBTQIA+ community and other stakeholders, and to demonstrate our values of diversity, inclusion, and social responsibility.

Providing security for Sydney WorldPride 2023 was a significant accomplishment, and we are proud of the work it did to help make the event a success and ensured the safety and security of all attendees and participants.

Below is a list of all the events that ISEC was involved with;

Live & Proud – Sydney World Pride Opening Concert

Held on February 24th, 2023, the concert was a celebration of diversity, equality, and love, bringing together people from all walks of life to show their support for the LGBTQIA+ community. The concert featured a star-studded lineup of local and international performers, including some of the biggest names in the music industry.

It was a momentous occasion that showcased the strength and resilience of the LGBTQIA+ community, and the progress that has been made towards achieving equality and acceptance. The concert was a celebration of love, diversity, and inclusivity, and a reminder of the work that still needs to be done to ensure that everyone, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, can live their lives free from discrimination and prejudice.

Domain Dance Party

The Domain Dance Party featured a lineup of local and international DJs who played a variety of music genres, including electronic, house, and techno, creating an electric atmosphere that kept the attendees dancing all night long. The event showcased the diversity and inclusivity of the LGBTQIA+ community, with people from all walks of life coming together to celebrate their pride.

The Domain park was transformed into a vibrant and colorful party venue, with impressive stage lighting and special effects that added to the festival’s overall atmosphere. The event also featured food stalls and bars, where attendees could purchase delicious treats and refreshing drinks.

Bondi Beach Party

Bondi Beach’s scenic location provided a stunning backdrop for the event, with the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific Ocean and the golden sand creating a beautiful and serene setting. The party was an opportunity for people to come together, celebrate, and show their support for the LGBTQIA+ community.

Rainbow Republic

Rainbow Republic closing ceremony marked the end of Sydney WorldPride . The ceremony included live music, performances, speeches, and other activities that celebrate the achievements of the event and the community.

The ceremony also featured the display of the rainbow flag, which is a symbol of LGBTQIA+ pride and unity. Attendees were encouraged to wave rainbow flags or wear rainbow-themed clothing to show their support for the LGBTQIA+ community and the event.