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Australia's biggest gay pride festival of the year Mari gra boob painting come to an end, leaving pools of glitter in its wake. Hundreds of thousands of people converged on Sydney's Oxford Street on Saturday night to celebrate the city's 39th annual Mardi Gras parade - one of Australia's most famous and well-loved events.

The 39th annual Mardi Gras parade draws thousands of revellers out to the streets of Sydney in elaborate, dazzling costumes. Imogen Anthony right appears in a flower-inspired costume with a long-blonde wig reaching down past her knees, as she poses alongside another reveller on Saturday evening.

Bright and bold colours! With just small pieces of material covering her intimate areas, this woman appears to be wearing more on her head than her body. One man is pictured completely painted in gold paint, and showered in glitter, with a feather-inspired head piece.

Suns out buns out! One festival goer celebrates the event in a pair of flesh-coloured fishnet stockings and a beaded gold skirt. This woman appears to have embraced a bondage themed costume, with a leather face mask and leather whip.

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High spirited revellers embraced the theme Mari gra boob painting colour, decking themselves in bright, bold and dazzlingly elaborate costumes. While some dressed up for the event, others appeared to have dressed down - boasting extremely skimpy, barely-there outfits.

In one photo posted to Instagram on Saturday, a woman appeared to be completely nude, with just a slick of paint ensuring her modesty. She was pictured alongside two men wearing only white under-garments, paired with white angel wings. In another photo, one of the men was pictured from behind, angling his body towards the camera in a fun-loving, cheeky pose.

In another photo, one of the men at Mari gra boob painting party is pictured from behind, angling his body towards the camera in a cheeky pose. This woman is pictured with a smile plastered across her face as she poses for the camera, showing off her elaborately spray-painted body.

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Posing with a hula-hoop, this woman exhibits all the colours of the rainbow spray-painted from head-to-toe on her body. Mari gra boob painting hair was not the only colour this woman exhibited, as she went out covered in paint that appears to have been splashed on. The girl on the right appears to have showered in glitter and paint before hitting the town with her friend for the annual parade.

Three girls pose together, linked arm-in-arm, as the 39th parade kicks off on Sydney's Oxford Street on Saturday night. Two girls dressed in white shirts, Mari gra boob painting coloured tutus and suspenders are pictured leaning in for a kiss as the night gets underway. Many of the participants and those watching the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade have dressed up for the occasion. Group of men strip down to their swimmers to pose for a photo in front of Sydney's Opera House in celebration of Mardi Gras.


Group of men covered in leather-inspired costume prepare for the night's festivities. Running shoes paired with colourful tassels was the costume of choice for these three revellers - pictured before the parade. Sequence, colour and feathers appear to be the theme in this photo which shows two immaculately dressed festival goers posing for a photo. While an excuse to dress up and have fun with friends on the streets of Sydney, the Mardi Gras parade also promotes a serious message.

The community event celebrates and supports Australia's LGBTIQ culture — which includes people Mari gra boob painting identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer. The protest was met Mari gra boob painting unexpected police violence when it marched down Oxford Street from Taylor Square to Hyde Park. The march was stopped when police swooped in on the 1, large group, ultimately arresting 53 men and women many of whom were met with police brutality. More protests were born in its defence, and 39 years later the event transformed into what it was today.

A women with just stars to cover her nipples participates in the Mardi Gras Parade on Saturday night. This group of revellers appeared to be enjoying the festivities as the parade wore on on the streets of Sydney.

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