No, not that big one, a lesser known one. On the Stuart Highway in between Katherine and Tennant Creek, Northern Territory, is the town of Elliot. With a population of 355 at the last census, perhaps half being indigenous, you might think it is a sleepy little place but as it has done for the past eight years, a couple of weekends ago Elliot once again put on its own Gay Mardi Gras.
It is rumoured that for the first few years, one of the floats looked rather like a disguised NT police car.
Clearly this must see event is going to be added to all grey nomads' itineraries.
Photos are from ABC RN Bush Telegraph. Note the fabulous Valiant AP6.