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, Monday

  • Saturday to Sunday
    7th to 8th Mar
    With Al-Anon Family Groups Participation
    Frankston Mechanics Hall
    Cnr Nepean Highway & Plowmans Place, Frankston (map)
    "Gratitude in Action"
    Call Louise 0418 271 504 if interested in helping with event
  • Saturday 7th Mar
    12:30pm
    City Saturday Group 5th Anniversary
    Wesley Uniting Church
    148 Lonsdale Street, City (map)
  • Sunday 8th Mar
    7:00pm
    Steps in Rosanna - Step 10
    Rosanna Fire Station Community House
    232 Lower Plenty Road, Rosanna (map)
  • Monday 9th Mar
    10:00am
    Parents in Recovery Anniversary
    Uniting Church Hall
    105 High Street, Berwick
    (Service road at top of hill) (map)
  • Monday 9th Mar
    11:00am
    Mentone Group 34th Anniversary
    St Davids Parkdale Uniting Church Hall
    130 Parkers Road, Parkdale (map)
  • Monday 9th Mar
    7:00pm
    Labour Day Event
    International Speaker Meeting
    Glen Waverley Uniting Church
    Corner Bogong Avenue and Kingsway, Glen Waverley
    (5-minute walk from Glen Waverley Station. Parking available at venue (first in best dressed), and at multi-storey parking opposite the venue.) (map)
    Please bring a plate to share
    Jenny K 0425 850 544; Kylie R 0449 541 658; Kristy T 0425 055 269
  • Monday 9th Mar
    7:00pm
    Warrandyte Steps - Step 1 with Fitzy
    Warrandyte Community Church
    57 Yarra St, Warrandyte (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.