The Hampton Community Centre is situated behind Hampton Woolworths. There is a large carpark. Enter through the front doors and turn left for the Vicki Room
We are an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous.
The room will be open 10 minutes before the meeting starts to "Greet Members" and 10 minutes after the end of the meeting for post meeting fellowship.
Meeting opens at 6:50 am.
Deb 0411 059 019
Diagonally opposite Brunetti Flinders Lane.Press AA door bell beside the front door.
Melbourne Rise and Shine - Online Zoom MeetingIf you need help figuring out how to get on Zoom, please email our home group.Closed Captions enabled
Step 11 Meeting20 minute Meditation meeting
Service road at top of hillThere is an alternative entrance at 50 Wilson Street, Berwick with street parking in front of the St Andrew's Berwick UCA Playgroups. Follow the path down past the playgroup, and the meeting entrance is on the right hand side.
ID Meeting; Sharing experience, strength and hope.
Email firstname.lastname@example.orgCall Jackie 0417 773 553 for any questions
Steps 1, 2 & 3 meeting
Bring a plate or dessert
Come And Enjoy 1pm Roast Chicken Lunch & Salads
Corner of Mountain Hwy and Elm Street
Mark W: 0430 433 774
To contact a group member to talk about Sponsorship (through working the 12 Steps)Please call/textFor Women - Damitra +61 (0)459863947For Men - Craig H +61 (0)417339993For LGBTQIA+ members - Matt B +61 (0)438389103 (please text first)
Contact: Michael 0402 897 email@example.com
This meeting is on seven days a week - 12:30pm
Meeting commencing 16th January 2023
Please note: This group also meets face to face on a Wednesday at 10am in Diamond Creek. See Wednesday 10am on this site for venue details.Meeting open on New Years Day
Lisa 0414 768 firstname.lastname@example.org
State Theatre Lounge L3 but meet outside front of Arts Centre.Between NGV and Hamer HallOther markers: Huge Spire on top and Protagonist Café outside front.
This venue closes on public holidays.Latecomers: the concierge desk in the foyer can direct you to the meeting.
This meeting has been running for over 20 years. Originally called the Showbiz meeting, it was created for performers and actors to preserve anonymity in the industry. For the latter years the meeting has broadened, and we welcome everyone who seeks a meeting in the City of Melbourne.
Enter via Gilles St Carpark.The venue has wheelchair access.
Contact: Jarrod 0402358711
Sam 0417 161 125
Corner of Deakin Ave & 10th Street. Enter glass doors of new building on Deakin Ave
Closed Online Meeting for Lesbian AlcoholicsEmail email@example.com to get online connection details
Cnr of Green Island AvePlenty of parking
As Bill Sees It (book discussion)Venue change on Monday 18th and 25th September and Friday 2nd October from: Salvation Army Mornington Sanctuary 750 Nepean Hwy, Mount Martha VIC 3934, Australia
COVID guidelines to apply.
Paul 0438 331 393
New Big Book based meeting where members share their experience strength hope on the reading being presented
Daniel C - 0474 243 185Scott - 0423 780 805
Corner or Torquay Rd & Heyers Rd.Enter car park off Heyers Rd.
Men's MeetingLive as well as Online (Hybrid)
Mon 11th Dec
All Welcome (Bring a dessert plate )
Featuring 8 speakers sharing their experience, strength & hope with the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous
The format of the meeting is changing from Daily Reflections to Guest Speaker / Topic Meeting where a guest speaker will share on their chosen topic for twenty minutes and then calls on speakers from the floor. This will commence from 6th June.
Melbourne Men’s Group (MMG) 12 Steps & 12 Traditions Online Sharing & Discussion meeting – all male members welcome.Time: 06:45pm for a 7:00pm start
Next to Police Station
Near cnr High Street
Guy S 0412997588Leigh N 0419007625Sophie 0411644426
Contact Allan 0419 571 512
Cnr Mackay St
The format of this meeting will rotate between an ID meeting one week and Steps Discussion Meeting the next. It is focussed on newcomers to AA, those returning to the program and newcomers to the Steps.Multi Purpose Room at rear.Pull into the carpark and the meeting is at the rear of the property. Follow the AA signs.
Brian 0425 759 706
Cnr Beechworth Rd & Nilmar Ave
Doug W 0423 798 343
Opposite Cameo Theatre
12 steps & 12 Traditions meeting.
Contact 0417 659 133
- Newcomers welcome- Open meeting- Kitchen open- Fellowship following the meeting with coffee/food at nearby cafe, all welcome- Zoom participants listen into live meeting without sharing but can hang around afterwards for their own virtual catch up- Good selection of AA literature to purchase
Dandenong Discussion Endeavour Hills Monday anniversary meeting Monday 20th March, please bring a plate.
Contact: Tony 0400673346
Big Book StudyAs of 29th May the meeting will no longer be on Zoom and will be continuing with face to face only.
Contact 0419 003936
Online MeetingBig Book study
Available parking on Grattan Street and from the underground carpark under Prahran Square on Izett Street
Contact 0417 073 384
First Monday of the month 12x12 Steps and last Monday of the Month 12x12 Traditions.
Workshop presented by Chris & David – Illustrated Steps
This workshop goes back to basics and looks at the first three steps. It’s great for newcomers and a reminder to other members about the keeping the first three steps simple when carrying the message.
Tom - 0479 041 572Bill - 0407 405 111
Enter via Gate 2, Cnr Mundy & Bramble Sts
Healthy to BYO Big Book, 12x12Group will give you facemask if required
Simon 0410 424 686Email firstname.lastname@example.org
90 minute meeting. Join early for general chat. Stay afterwards to continue the conversation. Everyone is asked to follow some simple guidelines to ensure the care of themselves and others, particularly our newcomers. Male and female hosts at each meeting.This meeting is Closed Captions (live captions) enabled.
Susan 0417 386 506Storm 0404 649 046
Jen: 0447721972Kevin: 0419425337
The meeting is in the usual room upstairs - enter through the front door, take a left then head up the stairs to the right of the toilets. No wheelchair access.
In the Foyer, at the front of the church.
Murrumbeena's 50th Anniversary21 August 2023. All welcome.
Barry 0407 867 515MurrumbeenaAA@gmail.com
MEETING NOW ONLINE due to venue closureMeditation meeting
Enter Viola St
Cnr Westbury Street
Teleconference meetingPlease dial in 5 mins priorHome phone landlines and mobile phones can be used to dial in. Please note that standard charges from your phone carrier may apply.
Contact 03 9429 1833
Carol 0405 293 116
As Bill Sees It (book discussion)
Steve M 0419557709
Melbourne Rise and Shine - OnlineIf you need help figuring out how to get on Zoom, please email our home group.Daily ReflectionsClosed Captions enabled
Newly renovated room (“The Lounge”)Enter Church atrium via carpark at rear, immediately turn right, signs to AA meeting will be clearly marked.NOTE: downstairs location so NO STAIRS
Coffee & tea available
We read a chapter from the Living Sober book and share on the topic or getting currentLiving Sober topic meeting.
Please Note: The Gallery Live meeting will be closed 25 April due to Public Holiday.
Corner Kepler St & Raglan ParadeUse Raglan Parade entrance
Just for Today Card meeting.
Big Book study
Meeting is located in kitchen area at end of church hall
Meeting is open ss usual on Boxing Day 26.12.23
Eboni 0455 157 888David 0413 854 746
Cnr Islington St
Half way down Rosewarne Lane on the right hand side
Cnr Morrell St
Contact: David 03 5858 5814
A women's meeting with a rotating format - between guest speaker, Big Book, 12 x 12 and recovery topics.
Jo R 0406 238 080Jane 0400 048 074
Contact 0439883863Gaye H 0430486939
Big Book Deep DiveThere will be time for Q&A and fellowship immediately following the regular meeting for 30 minutes.
Contact Info: 0479154449
Beginners Discussion Topic Meeting
Deano 0414 463 115Chantelle 0400 157 237
The Carlton Tuesday meeting is celebrating it's 34th Anniversary on Tuesday 28th March.7pm meeting followed by fellowship and free Pizza and softdrink. Come and celebrate this long-running and much loved inner city meeting!
Cnr Thompson Ave & Church St
Big Book / Step Study - Reopened LiveGary 0417317470
"Faith without works is dead"
Anthony 0497 564 343
0416 309 834
Contact Melanie 0406 008 716
Rear of Arthur Wren Hall
Cnr Deakin St
Rob L +61 419 308 221
Cnr Walker Street
Condition of entry is to have had at least one vaccination. Check in required. Face Masks to be worn inline with government restrictions. No tea/coffee.
Access via right hand side door of building
Contact: 0491 945 483
(299m from Bay)
Laurie 0417 505 951Casey 0484 375 214
Building in the railway station carpark
Building in the railway station carparkSteps & Traditions meeting
Beside 2P Shopping Carpark Area
Those attending must be double vaccinated and masks worn while inside the venue in accordance with State Government guidelines.
Meeting in SpanishEvery week we read from AA literature and then share Experience, Strength & Hope.
Big Book Study
Ben S: 0411 881 789
20 minute meditation followed by sharing.Newcomers welcome.Feel free to make yourself comfortable. Yoga mats and pillows welcome!
Mark 0419 506 069Anne 0431 066 341
Closed Captions/Subtitles function is enabled for this zoom meeting to assist deaf and hard of hearing attendees.This is a topic meeting aimed at introducing newcomers and patients of rehabilitation centers to the program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Please join us in our primary purpose, to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety
Ems 0401 910 442Ben 0449 840 email@example.com
Enter via the side door. Meeting is in MR2.Martha Mews is opposite the North Albury/Lavington Pool and runs off Moore Street.
Contact: Melinda 0421 974 780.
Discussion meetingAll Welcome. Especially NewcomersGroup Contacts:Laz 0415707668
Close to the junction of Warrigal Road & Burwood Highway
Newcomers' meeting face-to-face - opportunity to ask all the questions you want answers to.
Contact: 0420 394 600
This is a permanent ONLINE ONLY meeting
On the corner of Wilson’s Road and Dorwood Ave
1st driveway next to Eastbourne Primary School
This group welcomes newcomers to AA, as well as newcomers to the Book Alcoholics Anonymous.
We read the prefaces, forewords, and chapters from the Australian Big Book and share our experience, strength, and hope every week, ending the series with an Australian story.Everyone is welcome.We are starting the next series of Australian Big Book readings on 28/11/23.Please join us for the next 13 weeks.
Grant 0412 356 352
Meeting is temporarily closed.Meditation-themed meeting.Meeting starts with a short meditation followed by sharing on Step 11 or on your recovery in general.
Contact 0419 390 227
Jim 0438 095 903
Entry from Timbarra WayDrive along Timbarra Way until you reach the pedestrian crossing
Rob I - 0419 706 464Nikki B - 0488 064 firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting changing as of the 14th November 2023, to Tuesday Night @ 7.30pm:Neighbourhood House98 Gray Street,Swan Hill
Brett - 0427 908 486
Entry from Back Car Park on Duncans Rd
AA approved rotating literature study
Newcomers welcomeJohn M - 0424 284 908
The Engine Room is an AA service group who wish to assist member to be aware of what out literature suggest we can do to carry the AA message, and develop as 'Solid AA Citizens!'
Derek R 0425 797 620
Opposite Coles Car Park
Wazza - 0425 833 561Paul - 0492 241 911
Coburg 51st anniversary will be held Melbourne Cup day, Tuesday 7th November, 2023 at Coburg Senior Citizens centre, 21 Harding St Coburg. 8.00pm to 9.30pm. All welcome.
Cnr Kidds & Power Roads
Face masks please
Meeting Online Only
This meeting is a phone meeting - (03) 9626 1909
Phone number: (03) 9626 1909
Contact Stephen 04 1684 4295
Currently limited to 15 attendees.
Cnr Marcus & Thompsons Rds
Members must be fully vaccinated and wear a face mask. Covid marshall will be onsite.Contact: Lou P 0412 311 031
Melbourne Rise and Shine - Online Zoom MeetingIf you need help figuring out how to get on Zoom, please email our home group.Daily ReflectionsClosed Captions enabled
Janine 0409 537 711Judy 0427 343 683
Cnr Main Rd
Members needs to be double vaccinated.QR check in required.Lunch after at nearby cafe, everyone welcome.
Cnr Melville Rd & Victoria St
opposite the RSL
At the rear of the Church property
Jenny 0499 030 993
This meeting has reopened to face to face meetings as per strict covid19 rules.
Opposite Police Station
NA members welcome to attend
Near swimming pool
Returned to live meeting
On Wednesday 8th March meeting will be held in laneway.Someone will wait outside to direct
Twice vaccinated members only as per church rules
Mark 0481 291 621
Email to request password email@example.comGuest speaker first Wednesday of each monthWomen's meeting
Enter car park via driveway at side of hall opposite Volt Lane.Parking available at the rear of the hall and entry to the meeting is through the kitchen door at the back of the hall.
Face to face meeting has resumed as of 29 Sep 2021
Matt: 0411 752 994
Enter via front door, meeting is at rear of house in room 2
The venue is accessible - there is a ramp at the rear.
Contact 0409 742 542
Ziggy 0400340736John 0468375994
Behind Phoenix College
Jason 0400 684 403Eugene 0402 804 104
In compliance with all applicable Covid Restrictions.
Contact Richard 0427 700 816
Behind the Old Brighton Town Hall
Welcome to Brighton group, every Wednesday since 1948.Venue’s in-person Covid rules require double-vaccination, etc.This is an Open meeting of Alcoholic Anonymous, so all are welcome.
Eliza B 0412356275Trevor T 0419549125email firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrance via the street through the front door of the church
ContactsDavid 0407 397 390Robbie 0419 508 548
Covid rules apply. If feeling unwell, please stay home.
Craig 0433 481 264
15 Nov - Step 1222 Nov - Service & Traditions29 Nov - Step 16 Dec - Step 113 Dec - Step 120 Dec - Step 227 Dec - Step 33 Jan - Step 4 (Resentments)10 Jan - Step 4 (Fears)17 Jan - Step 4 (Sex Conduct/Harms)24 Jan - Step 531 Jan - Step 67 Feb - Step 714 Feb - Step 821 Feb - Step 928 Feb - Step 106 Mar - Step 1113 Mar - Step 1220 Mar - Service & Traditions
Corner of Carlisle and Chapel St.(In the church NOT the hall)Entry at the rear of Church via right hand side walkway
Brett 0452 189 050Amanda 0413 086 341
Female contact Elfie 0429 018 056Male contact is David 0400 052 2513rd contact Casey - 0484 375 214
Between Williams & Orrong RdsThe hall is a separate building at the back of the church. Walk through the church ground from High St. Free parking is available on High St and side streets. The venue also has a free car park, accessible from Harvey Street. The venue is on the Tram 6 route and Toorak and Armadale train stations are close by.
Wednesday contact: Chris H. 0410 558 942
Phone: Steve A 0451 823 461Email email@example.com
near cnr Thompson Street
The ONLY requirement for ENTRY is a desire to stop drinking.
Email firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone 0466501058
Contact: Chris H 0490082708
Enter through the hall next to the church
Women's Big Book Study
Enter by back car park of Buckley St.
Masks requiredVenue has allowed our meeting to be non – disclosure
Corner Bogong Avenue & KingswayRoom 1Parking available in multi-storey carpark across the road
Ian 0475 828 605Roz 0408 371 767
Phone contact: Chris D - 0424 401 361
Cnr Koroit & Henna StreetsParking also out the back ... driveway right beside the courthouse
Enter from Victory Boulevard
Meeting will be in-person only as of Wed 11 Jan 2023
Our monthly meeting schedule is as follows:The 1st week of a month is a Steps meeting; the 2nd week is an ID meeting; the 3rd week is a Traditions meeting and the 4th (and 5th if there is one in the month) week an ID meeting.
Contact: Gregory 0400 547 209
Plenty of parking in Denham & Connell Streets
Between Charman Road & Railway
Masks and also social distancing required.
Jason 0427 827 738Sue (03) 5826 2366
Opposite Fire Station
Must have both vaccinations to enter the meeting.
Any queries ring Crystal 0434722446
Welcome to “A New Experience.” We are an Alcoholics Anonymous group that seeks to have a new experience of recovery, by continuing to do the 12 Steps of AA, by following the instructions laid down in the first 164 pages of the Big Book.
We read from the Daily Reflections book and share on the topic or getting current
Gallery Live temporary closed 26th January, due to it being a pubic holiday.
Myles F - 0411 614 905
Meeting is now in-person again.
Alternating daily reflections discussion and guest speaker meeting
Contact Paul Y - 0414639035
Big Book Study, except last Thursday of the month for GC.David G 0410 313 431Craig L 0410 693 187
The Workshop group holds a big book study before the main meeting to enable members of AA to gain a better understanding of our basic text.Please join us for a guided discussion, chapter by chapter of the book, followed by questions and discussion.
Beau: 0457 207 670
Check blackboard or with reception in case of room change.
Recovery meeting, with guest speaker focused on Conference Approved literature.
Di: 0400110071Hugh: 0419 375 430
Building beside PresbyteryWheelchair access
AA literature study:Join us to discuss the book, '12 Steps and 12 Traditions' (commencing 15 December 2022).Discussion meeting
Men's meetingEnter meeting through the wooden gate on the right hand side of the building just past the main foyer entrance, rooms open from 6.30 pm.
Gary 0430 139 846Jase 0458 695 308
Sue - 0488 123 868
Contact 0450 543 074
Reopened face to face
Linda J 0417 310292
Freethinkers is an AA Group and, as such, adheres to the AA preamble & traditions, and does not promote any belief system. All are welcome. Our main purpose is to help other alcoholics. Love & acceptance is our code.The format will be a reading from "Beyond Belief: Agnostic Musings for 12 Step Life" with a 10 minute lead share focusing on recovery, followed by general sharing.
Robert P 0437894757
Cnr Bellarine Hwy and Vicarage Rd
Women's Topic Discussion Meeting
Flossie: 0427774221Mel: 0411118392
Take the Colo Vale / Hill Top - turn towards Colo Vale - continue down road - church is on the left.
Steps & Traditions meeting
Guest speaker recovery focused meeting.David G 0410 313 431Craig L 0410 693 187
This is a discussion meeting where focus is placed on questions relevant to early sobriety and AA’s Twelve Step program.
And there will be other topics as well.
Mill Park Alcoholics Anonymous Group – Ph 0414 948 345
Phone/Txt Chris: 0414 948 345
Fellowship before and after meeting available
Updated meeting details as of 11 August 2023.Meeting ID: 841 1402 2446Passcode: pn9aVB
Cnr Coppin St and Burke Rd
Beginners MeetingFocused on the newcomer and the 12 Steps of AA.
Presented by Rule 62 Group
Food! Fun! Fellowship!
Free BBQ – Guest Speakers
BBQ at 6:00pm
Speakers at 7:00pm
Contact Libby 0414 828 email@example.com
Contact : Jenny 0430 103 145
Just past the Lorne Hotel
Live Face to Face
At back of car park
Word of Mouth - Online Topic discussion
Parking next to the church.
Nick 0414 569 firstname.lastname@example.org
Car park is on Marcus Road
Meeting in the library building, follow the signs to the meeting room.
Contact 0490 700 049
According to venue policy, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or exemption is required. Ring doorbell for entry.
All attendees will have to be double vaccinated. Hot drinks will be available.
Peter 0439 616 011
Cnr Corio St
Monthly Meeting: 1st Thursday of the monthMotorcycle GroupShepparton contacts: Ron 0428 855 027 Gary 0418177228First Thursday of each month or contact 0428 855 027 or 0418 177 228 to ride to any meeting on any day when visiting this area.
Face to face meetings have resumed.
Cnr Henry St and Duncan Ave (entry via Duncan Ave)
Bring a plate, Bring a friend !!
Secretary 0429 007 433
Live Meeting Reopened
Daryl 0403 793 788 / 0458 724 724Diana 0431 293 451
Please bring a plate
A 20 minute meeting focusing on Step 11 (review, prayer, mediation)
ID, sharing stories of strength and hopeCall Alison 0422 580 822 for any questions
This meeting is a beginner's discussion group with a focus on helping those who are new or returning to AA
90 minute ID meeting. The only requirement for attendance is the desire to stop drinking.
Mark: 0481 291 621
Step 11 MeetingMeditation meeting
Attendees must be fully vaccinated. Density limit of 1 person per 4sqm.
Friday contact Annie 0414582814This meeting has reopened to face to face meetings as per strict covid19 rules.
Please BYO face masks, drinks or food.Hand sanitizer will be provided
Melbourne Agnostic, Atheist, Freethinkers
This venue has requested we comply with COVID-19 rules, including mandatory masks and QR scanning and proof of COVID-19 double vaccination status upon entry.Format: Spiritual recovery reading
Dave 0408 519 946
Venue is located between the tennis courts and the football ground.
Caz 0419 391 977Michael 0458 074 821
Spanish speaking meeting
An opportunity to slowly read through the basic text of Alcoholics Anonymous. The meeting will be focussed on newcomers, those returning to the program and longer time members sharing their experience, strength & hope.No problem if you don't have the book - We have lots to share.Multi Purpose Room at rear.Pull into the carpark and the meeting is at the rear of the property. Follow the AA signs.
The group also holds a Beginners meeting at 7pm on Monday night that focusses on Identification as an Alcoholic and the 12 Step Program of Recovery that Alcoholics Anonymous offers.Contact: Brian 0425 759 email@example.com
Past 7-days reflection with sharing on a reading on the 2nd Friday of every month.Inclusive of people who identify as trans, non-binary or womn.2nd half social held on 3rd Friday of each month. Please go to in-person meeting for more details.
Corner Langhorne St
The AA way of life (Text book As Bill Sees It). Topic shares and ID
Rik: 0418 324 669
Gay and gay friendly - ONLINE meetingGay & lesbian meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/9361148525?pwd=YktZbFBOalg0R280bktqd3BFaTFHUT09Meeting ID: 936 114 8525 Passcode: Dorothy
Cnr Eildon Road
Please don't park in front of the shops.
To attend you must be double vaccinated.
Corner Bellarine Hwy and Ash Rd
Contact Serge 0405075958
Beginners discussion meeting on steps 1,2&3Bill - 0414237077Sam - 0421795594
Cnr Union and Plant St
7pm to 8:30pm
Followed by a BBQ
Queries to Jakob on 0451452 942
Pizza and group conscience last Friday of every month. Starting 31 MarchStick around after the meeting for food and fellowship.
Guest Speaker first Friday of every month.
Contact 0468 342 223
Beginners meetingLocation change on 8th December from: Frankston Uniting Church (MainHall) 16-18 High St, Frankston VIC 3199, Australia
Burgundy Street veers left into the park after it crosses Rosanna Rd at the bottom of the hill
The room limit is 34 people.
This is a Beginners Steps meeting where newcomers can find out more about AA’s 12 Step program.
(03) 9028 2212 - Working With Others Group
Access is via the gates at the right hand side rear of the car park
Jayden - 0408 991 800
This meeting is held in a cosy, carpeted room with excellent heating and cooling
ID meetingClosed Captions enabled
H.O.P.E (How Our People Evolve through Honest Open Personal Experience )Contact: 0435 203 317
First Friday of each month will be in a steps meeting format. Other weeks as ID meetings.The Kew meeting is dedicated helping people recover from alcoholism based on the 12 Steps and Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Please visit www.cfa.vic.gov.au/contact for attendance requirement information.
Business meeting (group conscience) is held every 2 months on the last Saturday of the month.
Contact: Roger: 0427 353 861 and Shelley: 0410 569 403
Prahran LGBTIQA AA MeetingOpposite Jam Factory
Continuation of Brauman St
Contact: Les 0402 466 893
Discussion Group with Al-Anon Participation
Contact Paul 0467 609 713
John 0409 808 187
Contact 04399 63273
Meeting re-opening on Friday, 6th October, 2023. Pizza will be served at 7.30 pm prior to 8.00 pm meeting - All welcome.
The Late MeetingBig Book Sharing MeetingThis meeting has CC and transcript activated.
This meeting is also connected with - Breakfast with Bill & Bob Group which meets every Saturday at:St Matthew's Anglican Church 230 McKillop St, East Geelong VIC 8:30 to 9:30am
Alcoholics Anonymous Geelong (03) 5229 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Live meeting will be open on Public Holidays commencing at 7.00 a.m.Double Vaccination evidence required.Masks to be worn inside.
We are open for Christmas Day in person at 108 Cramer St Preston and online. Light refreshments will be provided on Christmas day.
Across the road from the St Kilda Botanical GardensIn person and online
This meeting begins with a 10 minute meditation session, followed by an opportunity to ID and share.
We make our way through the Big Book, starting at the Doctor’s Opinion and continuing through the first 5 chapters. Each week, someone will read a passage from the Big Book and then share for 5-10 minutes. Others will then share for approx. 5 minutes.Fellowship/chat for 10-15 minutes before and after the meeting.For security, meeting room is locked at 9:50 am.
Big Book Read & Share
Meeting at 9.30 am followed by XMAS break up BBQ.
Food to be supplied by group.
Meeting closed 9th Sept ONLY due to venue booking.
As Bill Sees ItDogs are no longer allowed at this meetingFor wheelchair access please meet at the front door at 9.45am
Located near the Clow St end of McCrae St were it is a walking mall with no car thoroughfare. The building is opposite the car park and has a steel bar fence.
Contact Peyta on 0490 168 333 orChristine on 0401 109 717
Mezzanine meeting room on the mezzanine level to the right of Queer ArchivesCan ask at concierge counter at entry if unsureRoom should be open from 10.15am
A discussion meeting to kick off your weekend
Open and inclusive of non-binary individuals and trans women.In the meeting:* If joining online, use of a headset with a microphone is recommended, and to minimise background noise please mute your microphone when not speaking.* Online meeting room opens approximately 10 minutes before start.
Contact Monika - 0421 055 030 or Donna - 0448 345 831
Contact: 0431 700 085
City Saturday began as a Saturday alternative for the Gallery meeting, M-F. It is one of the few meetings open on Saturday morning that allows you a sleep-in.The precinct surrounding the "Welsh Church" has cafes, restaurants and shopping options, as well as being close to the Queen Vic Markets.It is a Safe meeting. It is a Gender-neutral meeting. It is an ID meeting.
Join us for a 90 minute meeting for womenLGBTIQ+ friendly
Behind McDonalds corner of Ryrie Street and Yarra Street. Parking available off Little Ryrie Street
Patrick 0411 608 961
Monthly Meeting: 3rd Saturday of each month onlyAdrian 0435203317
Hybrid meeting - online and in personWomen's MeetingThe meeting format rotates weekly: ID, Guest Speaker, Topic, Literature.
Jackie 0417 773 553
Opp Aumann Street
Heathmont will be celebrating its 39th Anniversary on the 25th June.Proof of double vaccination preferred.
Meeting room at the rear
Monthly Meeting: 1st Saturday of the month
Contact: Frank 0408401000
Face to face meeting again.ID meeting
Young people's topic meeting
Pizza, cake and soft drink provided
Mechanics Hall will open at 4.45pm and remain open after for unity and fellowship
Phone: 0417516579Email: email@example.com
Meeting closed: Saturday 3rd of DecemberThe meeting is held in the multipurpose building, between the church and the hall.
Group Conscience meetings are held 6.30pm, the last Saturday of each month.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Recovery meeting with a guest speaker and recovery based topic.
Meeting is ON on Christmas Day
Contact 0411 574 180
Rule 62 - “Don't take yourself too damn seriously.”Con 0487678787James 0411 697 702
Keep coming back.We also have an online meeting at 8:00pm
Contact Keith 0412 578 232
Living Sober book discussion1st hour, living sober topic meeting. 2nd hour, supper and fellowship (supper provided) .
Shaz 0417 516 579
Entry Via Jurang St (see Map)
Meeting Open Dec 24
Phone the Group - Ross 0401 747 896
Enter off Glen Huntly Road
Enter off Glenhuntly Rd (567 Glenhuntly Rd)
Geoff Webster HallCnr Church St and Thomson St
Hybrid face-to-face and Zoom Zoom Meeting
Must be fully vaccinated & wear a face mask it is a requirement of the venue
Corner Lake Rd & Fenaughty Dve
You’re invited to join us for a weekend of AA fellowship and connection with Al-Anon Participation. Bought to you by Kyabram and surrounding groups.
For more information please contact: Cate 0417 164 836 or John 0434 398 355
Ph: 0434 398 355
Entry via side gate (walk towards the railway line from the front entrance, gate is on the left)
Double vaccination evidence required.Masks to be worn inside.
Guest Speaker each week on a Step then general sharing
Please bring face mask
Maz 0401070446 Vickers 0438930325
AA literature reading and identification
Wally: 0409 146 576
Spiritual concept meeting
Speaker shares a reading from the big book of their choice and then the meeting is open for round robin sharing.Note new time as a result of daylight savings.
Off-street parking available at side of building. Enter meeting room from car park.
Contact: Steve 0422 182 273
Auslan sign language interpretation for Deaf and Hard of Hearing members provided live and on Zoom on the 1st Sunday of the month.Donations to support ongoing Auslan interpreter gratefully received.PNP AUSLANBSB: 033-072Account: 488552Closed Captions and live transcript available
Sam G 0417161125
Open Christmas Eve 2023
McLaren Room - upstairs
Please join us to celebrate
BBQ Lunch Provided
Contact Julian 0408 539 030
Julian 0408 539 030Bernadette 0400 402 609 leave a message
Open to all.
Jennifer D email@example.com
Stanley contact: Steve 0407 004 169Monthly meeting: Meets 2nd Sunday of Each Month onlyFree camping available inc toilets & showers in lovely Rec Reserve. Call Steve to book.
Group Conscience 1st Sunday of the monthContact: 0459406878
Meeting closed Sunday 14 May, reopen again on Sunday 21 MayTopic Meeting
Contact: 0428 647 706
Entry to meeting will be locked to participants at 2:45 pmWomen's meeting
Lisa 0408 142 584
Women's Discussion Meeting Zoom MeetingLGBTQI friendlyOpen from 3.50pm
Enter from Bath Street off Inkerman Street
Greg 0418 345 829
4th Sunday Speaker/Birthdays
13TH ANNIVERSARY Sunday 13TH NOVEMBER... Lots of Love, Food and PIZZAS.
Danny R 0432 353 449
**This is a Men's Steps Meeting**We welcome people who are new to AA or researching sobriety. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help others achieve sobriety. As a fellowship we help each other to live a happy and sober life.
James 0421 992 607
Meeting now online.Gay & lesbian meeting
Ph: +61 400 628 201
Men's Big Book Study
Alternative entrance through 6 Mount St
Beginners Topic Meeting. All Welcome
Meeting now face to face at hall and online. Hybrid.
As Bill Sees It 32nd anniversary: 25th June
Building is opposite to Knox basketball centre with plenty of parking spaces also another access is by crossing the Boronia road, from Boronia Shopping Centre.
ID meeting, general sharing on what it was like, what happen and what is it like now - implementing program of 12steps in every day life.New comers and anyone returning very welcome.
Josh 0473 087 650Silvia 0406 220 650
Cnr Arthur's Creek & Main Road
Access and parking is via Church St which is parallel to High St. There is no through access off High St.
Contact: Denis 0422 593 381
Close to intersection with Salisbury St.
Contact: 0455 846 175
Contact: Lena B 0408 103 034
NO MEETING 15.10.2023, VENUE NOT AVAILABLE DUE TO STRINGY BARK FESTIVAL
Rob 0418 173 768
On the corner of Melbourne Road and Hudsons RoadCarpark and entrance via Hudsons Road
Meeting closed Christmas day
In person & online
Meeting closed 25 December 2022
Sam 0407 954 236Trish 0408 600 446
Opp Seventh Day Adventist Church
Masks and social distancing required
Followed by Supper — please bring a plate
Opposite Anglican Church in Jerilderie Street.
Face to face meeting.Contact: Mousey 03 5885 2452
Newcomers topic meeting
Near Howard Street
Meeting OPEN Sun 24.12.23Meeting CLOSED Sun 31.12.23
Contact: 0468 333 104
Please use the Monash St entrance
Garry B 0409 187 649Jenny 0423 730 442