Groovin the Moo Bendigo will have its own LGBTQI Safe Space at this year's event.
Wayville and Townsville will also have LGBTQI Safe Spaces for the first time as GTM organisers work to provide fun, inclusive areas in the festival for everyone.
Thorne Harbour Country program coordinator Damien Stevens-Todd said safe spaces were essential for events like GTM.
"Groovin the Moo is looking for a safer, more inclusive chill zone for particular audiences and we are keen to support that," he said.
"More importantly for LGBTI communities, especially the younger cohort, still experience homophobic language, have a higher risk of drug and alcohol misuse.
"So providing safer spaces where trained staff and resources are available are intricate for events like this."
LGBTQI Safe Spaces have previously been had at the Maitland and Canberra legs of the festival.
The theme for this year' LGBTQI Safe Space is motel pool parties and dress ups with drag queens.
"The aim is to have not only inclusive space but also an interesting and entertaining one," Mr Stevens-Todd said.
"We want to see local queer musicians, artists and drag queens, so there is a real local flavour.
"We are looking forward to mobilising our volunteers (at GTM) and seeing local talent recognised and appreciated."
Thorne Harbour Country was previously known as The Victorian Aids Council and has focused on helping LGBTI people in the Bendigo region.
"We have funding from a few sources that focus on counselling, whether its anxiety, depression, struggling with a domestic relation or family violence, or alcohol and drug-harm minimisation," Mr Stevens-Todd said.
"We have a partnership with Bendigo Community Health Services to provide free, rapid HIV testing, and we work in partnership with the local Headspace organisation in supporting (the) young LGBTI community."
Groovin the Moo is sold out. It will be at the Prince of Wales Showgrounds in Bendigo on Saturday, May 4.
For more information log on to www.gtm.net.au
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