On 29 May 2012, the Legislative Assembly (lower house) of the New South Wales State Parliament passed a motion marking Intersex Day of Remembrance, proposed by Linda Burney, the first Aboriginal person elected to the State Parliament. The motion reads:
Ms LINDA BURNEY—That this House:
(1) Notes that Intersex Day of Remembrance was commemorated on 8 November 2011.
(2) Acknowledges the importance of raising awareness about the challenges faced by intersex people.
(3) Commends Organisation Intersex International Australia for its role in supporting and lobbying for the rights of intersex people.