Alcoholics Anonymous

This website provides information about Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Melbourne and around the state of Victoria in Australia.

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is non-professional, self-supporting, nondenominational, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

Find Your Nearest AA Meeting

Weekly Newsletter

AA Events Today, Tomorrow, Friday

  • Wednesday 3rd Sep
    10:00am
    Diamond Reflections - Topic "Building a New Life"
    Uniting Church Hall
    Cnr Main Road & Wensley Street, Diamond Creek (map)
  • Wednesday 3rd Sep
    7:00pm
    Williamstown Group - Change of Meeting Time
    St Andrew's Hall
    91 Cecil Street, Williamstown
    (near cnr Thompson Street) (map)
    Now 7:00pm to 8:30pm (was 8pm)
  • Thursday 4th Sep
    7:30pm
    Galiamble 38th AA Anniversary
    St Kilda Town Hall
    Corner Brighton Road & Carlisle Street, St Kilda (map)
    Finger food provided
    Ph 03 9534 1602
  • Thursday 4th Sep
    8:00pm
    Box Hill Thursday 11th Anniversary
    Community Art Centre
    Cnr Station & Combarton Streets, Box Hill (map)
  • Friday 5th Sep
    7:30pm
    Working With Others Group Steps Discussion Meeting
    This week’s Question: “Why did we do the steps?"
    St Johns Anglican Church
    1 Burgundy St, Heidelberg
    (Near cnr Rosanna Road) (map)
  • Friday 5th Sep
    10:00pm
    Working With Others AA Group - The Late Meeting
    St Johns Anglican Church
    1 Burgundy St, Heidelberg
    (Near cnr Rosanna Road) (map)

Download meetings lists

Each week there are more than 400 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings held here in Victoria.

You can find meetings in our Meeting List Page or on this map. Or you can download a printable meetings list below.