This week marks the first anniversary of the historic announcement that 62 per cent of Australians voted in favour of marriage equality. Since that time at least 4,914 same-sex couples have tied the knot, including 1,552 in New South Wales. Congratulations to every one of them. I acknowledge all of the Inner West community groups that campaigned for equality, including the Gay & Lesbian Rights Lobby, Rainbow Families, ACON, the Newtown Neighbourhood Centre and the Gender Centre. I also acknowledge the fantastic work of the Inner West Council, which is moving ahead with bold policies, including the establishment of a pride centre for New South Wales. This week we can celebrate the fact that we live in a more progressive and equal country than we did a year ago. I also take this opportunity to urge all members of this House to work together to end all forms of discrimination against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and questioning community in our schools, workplaces and across our community, including ending the continued discrimination against members of the transgender, gender diverse and intersex communities.