Working With Others AA Group -Beginners Steps Discussion Meeting
This week's topic: What convinced us that the AA program could work for us?
St Johns Anglican Church
1 Burgundy St, Heidelberg
Near cnr Rosanna Road directions

This is a Beginners Steps meeting where newcomers can find out more about AA's 12 Step program.

See attached list of our suggested questions. WWO Question List


A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
Online from Melbourne
Zoom Meeting ID: 415 776 321

This week's question - What was our experience of taking step three?
Mount Street Neighbourhood House
Carpark and entry at 5 Panoramic Grove, Glen Waverley
Extra parking at 6 Mount Street directions



Working With Others AA Group -Beginners Steps Discussion Meeting
This week's topic: What was our experience of taking step three?
St Johns Anglican Church
1 Burgundy St, Heidelberg
Near cnr Rosanna Road directions

This is a Beginners Steps meeting where newcomers can find out more about AA's 12 Step program.

See attached list of our suggested questions. WWO Question List


Merimbula 34th Anniversary Weekend
Scout Hall
Rear of 85 Main St
Behind Museum directions
  • 8:00pm Saturday - Birthday Meeting (supper)
  • 10:00am Sunday - Spiritual Concept (lunch)
  • 8:00pm Sunday - ID Meeting

Meet the General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous Australia
Following the success of a meeting held in February and in response to requests for these to become regular meetings, the General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous Australia via Zoom cordially invites members to meet with the Trustees of the General Service Board, the World Service Delegates and General Service Office staff.

Please register to attend by emailing your name and email address to tony@aa.org.au by no later than Friday 7th May 2021. We will email you details to enter the meeting and the agenda of the meeting once you have registered. Please note, in order to reduce the possibility of disruption to the meeting, only members who have registered will be admitted.

The General Service Board looks forward to meeting with you.




New Meeting Starts - Women in Recovery Ferntree Gully
Women's topic meeting
Ferntree Gully Uniting Church Hall
8 The Avenue, Ferntree Gully
Opposite Fire Station directions


Ballarat Saturday Afternoon - Guest Speaker Meeting
Speaker Ali C from Beverly Hills Men's Stag
Ballarat South Community Hub
11 Tuppens Drive, Sebastopol

Central Victorian District Unity BBQ
146 Murphys Road, Kyneton
directions

Come along and trudge the road to happy destiny with happy joyous and Free Sausages in bread
$1.00 Soft Drinks Available
B.Y.O: FAMILY, FRIENDS & CHAIR.
Recovery through fellowship:

  • Come along and share in recovery in action.
  • Get to meet and know other members better.
  • Lots of fun and fellowship to be had.

AA Halls Gap Camp 2021
With Al-Anon and Alateen Participation
Acacia Camp
204-232 Grampians Road, Halls Gap, Victoria
directions

Great weekend - from 2pm Friday
Families are welcome.
Dorm accommodation (gender-separated) available: $40pp per night (Children under 14 half price)
BYO food and bedding

Due to Covid restrictions attendees must book with Susie 0407 052 763

Friends of Bill and family are invited to join in fun and fellowship onboard the Pacific Explorer.
Friends Of Bill Life Raft Cruise
Departing Brisbane Warf, Hunter Street, Brisbane to Arlie Beach and return (4 nights)
directions

4 nights sailing QLD's Whitsundays aboard P&O Pacific Explorer. (The ship is NOT infected by Covid-19) We have almost 140 already booked to sail. Enjoy daily AA meetings in the ship's auditorium and a full day stop over at Airlie Beach. Special note: This cruise event is still set to go ahead and will only be cancelled if Covid-19 travel restrictions prohibit. Great way for Victorians to escape Winter for a few days.

The price depends on how many per room and what part of the ship you choose. Your cabin choices include twin, triple or quad share, balcony, inside cabin with no window or outside with window.. You can secure a room with a deposit and then pay the rest later

Phone AA members Di & Brian on 0427114562 or call the Travel Agent (not an AA member) 02 4312 5160


Kew 69th Anninversary Meeting
St Hilary's Church main hall
John Street, Kew
directions

Save the date! More details soon, depending on COVID rules.


Doveton 45th Anniversary
Doveton Baptist Church Hall
127 Kidds Rd, Doveton
Cnr Kidds & Power Roads directions

Fun & Fundraising Event for the AA NATCON 2022
The Tan Track - Melbourne
exact location TBA

With Al-Anon Participation
Douglas Daly Tourist Park
LOT 5754 Oolloo Rd, Douglas-Daly NT
directions

Meetings, meditation and fun in a peaceful bush setting – that’s the Bill W camp – now in its 26th year. Some great sharing at meetings under the stars, morning meditation by the river, a damper cooking competition (BYO flour), a dip in the hot springs, or bring your talent to Red Faces.
Swimming in the river with the crocodiles is not advised, but we are welcome to use the Resort’s big pool. It’s a camp, so bring your own everything including a chair for meetings. We do supply cold water, tea and coffee – in your own mug.
The Douglas Daly Tourist Park reserves an area for us which includes a camping and vehicle site. If you are camping ($15 a night) no need to book. The park also reserves us a few caravan sites close to the action.
If you’d like to book a powered site or reserve a room or self-contained cabin, BOOK EARLY because our camp runs over a holiday weekend and the park gets very busy. Contact the park direct on 08 8978 2479 and say “I’m with the Bill W Camp” For more info….


Youthworks Port Hacking
1 Rathane Telford Rd, Royal National Park NSW
$250 includes food & accommodation

2021 Treatment & Accessibility, Correctional Facilities & PI/CPC Forum
The Colmslie Hotel
Morningside Queensland

'Let's be friendly with our friends'

Registration $50

Living Sober Spring Camp
A relaxing weekend of recovery in beautiful bush surrounds
Camp Getaway
161 - 163 Kimbolton - Axedale Road, Axedale
directions

Registration includes accommodation and meals (Friday Dinner, Saturday Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner and Sunday Breakfast & Lunch). BYO Bedding

  • Dorm style accommodation. (1 x Female only Dorm, 1 x Mixed Gender Dorm) $100pp
  • Caravans and Tent sites. (No Power) $70pp
    Due to high demand and Covid restrictions, registrations will need to be booked and paid for in advance.

The Sydney Woodstock of AA
Sydney Masonic Conference Centre
66 Goulburn Street, Sydney
directions
Weekend registration $165 AUD per person | Saturday night dinner $85 AUD per person