AA Events in Victoria

Daily Meeting
6:30am Monday to Friday
7:00am Weekends
7:00am Public Holidays
Castlefield Community Centre
505 Bluff Rd, Hampton
Please do not park right in front of the shops. (map)


Friday 22nd Jan 7:00pm
Djerriwarrh Community House
239 Station Road, Melton
Next to Police Station (map)

Face to face only - No onine meeting tonight


Friday 22nd Jan 7:30pm
This week's topic: What does the AA program promise?
Online from Heidelberg

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


Friday to Sunday 22nd to 24th Jan
** CANCELLED **
(Was to be at the Kyabram Community Learning Centre)

Unfortunately due to the resurgance of Covid in Victoria, and the safety of all involved, the difficult decision has been made to postpone the 50th Anniversary of the Kyabram Minicon to 2022. We hope to see you all then!


Friday 22nd Jan 10:00pm

Saturday 23rd Jan 8:00pm
US guest speaker
Online via Zoom

Please join us at AA Frankston Saturday night serenity 8:00pm Melbourne, Victoria time

1 hour Daily reflection with guest speaker from the US.

Please help us celebrate our groups 5th year anniversary


Sunday 24th Jan 11:00am

Sunday 24th Jan 2:00pm
A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
It’s an overview of the first three steps for newcomers and a reminder for those of us who've been sober awhile.
Online from Melbourne
(map)

Sunday 24th Jan 6:30pm
This week's question - What are we deciding to do when we take step three?
Mount Street Neighbourhood House
Carpark and entry at 5 Panoramic Grove, Glen Waverley
Extra parking at 6 Mount Street (map)

Sunday 24th Jan 7:00pm
chaired by Ben from Greensborough
Zoom

Wednesday 27th Jan 8:30pm (AEST)
An online visual overview of all Twelve Steps.
This is for newcomers to AA wanting an introduction to the program before starting their own journey through the steps.
And it’s for those members who would like a reminder of the simple steps which are the AA program.
The workshop goes for 90 minutes and includes Q&A.
Presented by Chris & David - Illustrated Steps (Melbourne).

Txt the group on 0407657240 for information about how to connect


Sunday 31st Jan 2:00pm
A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
Online from Melbourne
(map)


Wednesday 3rd Feb 8:30pm AEST
An online visual overview of all Twelve Traditions.
This is for people new to AA as an introduction to the principles that keep AA united and growing.
And it’s for AA Group members who want to know more about creating unity and working together to carry the AA message.
The workshop goes for 90 minutes and includes Q&A.
Presented by Chris & David - Illustrated Steps (Melbourne).

Txt the group on 0407657240 for information about how to connect


Sunday 7th Feb 2:00pm
A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
Online from Melbourne
(map)

Sunday 7th Feb 7:00pm
In person and online
Chaired by Ben from Greensborough
Rosanna Fire Station Community House
232 Lower Plenty Road, Rosanna (map)

In person guidelines: Numbers may be limited, while keeping 1.5mts distance from each other. Hand sanitizer is on the table near the front door, for people to use before going to classes. The venue encourages people to bring their own tea and coffee in a thermos as a precautionary measure. Mask are compulsory.



Tuesday 9th Feb 7:00pm

Wednesday 10th Feb 8:00pm
Pioneers Memorial Church
8 Park Road, Cheltenham
Between Charman Road & Railway (map)


Sunday 14th Feb 2:00pm
A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
Online from Melbourne
(map)

Monday 15th Feb 7:00pm
Experience, Strength & Hope
Sunbury Baptist Church
207 - 217 Gap Road, Sunbury

Sunday 21st Feb 10:30am - 1:00pm (Sydney time)
The General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous Australia will meet via Zoom in February 2021 and members are cordially invited to meet with the Trustees of the General Service Board, 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 31st January 2021. We will email you details to enter the meeting and the agenda of the meeting once you have registered.

The General Service Board looks forward to meeting with you.


Sunday 21st Feb 2:00pm
A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
Online from Melbourne
(map)

Sunday 28th Feb 2:00pm
A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
Online from Melbourne
(map)

Sunday 7th Mar 2:00pm
A visual workshop using readings from the AA Big Book presented live online by experienced Melbourne AA members.
Online from Melbourne
(map)

Friday to Sunday 19th to 21st Mar
Anglican Church Hall
Cecilia St, St Helens, Tasmania (map)


Friday to Sunday 16th to 18th Apr
Camp Getaway
161 - 163 Kimbolton - Axedale Road, Axedale (map)

A relaxing weekend of recovery at Camp Getaway

Accommodation (covers registration for the weekend): BYO BEDDING Two bedroom Cabins – 2 beds per room: $80 per room each night - each bedroom with separate ensuite - must book 2 nights for a bedroom in a cabin Large rooms for groups to share (4 – 8 people). $30pp each night Gender specific, dorm style accommodation. $30pp each night Caravans and Tent sites available. (No Power) - Room for many caravans and tents. $15pp each night Day visitor registration $5'


Tuesday to Saturday 15th to 19th Jun
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) (map)

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.



Friday to Sunday 15th to 17th Oct
The Sydney Woodstock of AA
Sydney Masonic Conference Centre
66 Goulburn Street, Sydney (map)