Australian Online Intergroup of

" Nothing matters more to AA's future welfare than the manner in which we use the colossus of modern communication. Used unselfishly and well, it can produce results surpassing our present imagination."                      - Bill Wilson, Grapevine, November, 1960.

The Australian Online Inter-Group of Alcoholics Anonymous was formed in March 2000 to serve all Australian online A.A. groups in the rapidly growing online Fellowship.

AOIG is composed of elected representatives of the online A.A. groups wishing to participate, chosen by their respective groups.   As the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous grows and flourishes in this new medium of electronic communication, we will strive to provide whatever support we can offer to groups as they carry the message of recovery from alcoholism.

We are pleased to have the opportunity to serve, and strive to further unify the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous, both among online groups and between the Online Fellowship and the rest of the Australian and World A.A. service structure.


Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues of fees for AA membership: we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organisation or institution does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

Copyright © A.A. Grapevine, Inc.


To get in touch with your closest AA people, call 1300 22 22 22... for the cost of a local call.


General Service Office of AA in Australia

FIND A MEETING anywhere in Australia with Google maps.

2–5 October 2020,55th Australian National Convention of Alcoholics Anonymous,“A Vision for You”, 2020 TOOWOOMBA, with Al-Anon and Alateen Participation. This will now be on Zoom
For full details and registration

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Canberra - ACT & Region

AATimes, Meetings & Events
Area D Southern Region
Armadale - The Deal - Men's Stag Group
Armadale - Pass It On
Balwyn - Balwyn Big Book Group
Bendigo District
Chapter Six Motorcycle Group
Frankston and Bayside District
Heidelberg AA Group
Melbourne City - City Group
Nowra There is a Solution Group
Prahran - AA 12 Step Office

St. Kilda Beginners Group
VicYPAA - Victorian Young People in AA

Tasmania AA Meetings

Al-Anon Family Groups - including Alateen
for family members and friends of alcoholics.


Perth Subiaco Young People's Group Wednesday 8pm WST

In The Rooms   Meetings every hour

A Brisbane based Skype meeting held every day of the week at 9.30am and 7.30pm AEST,

Nerang 11th Step Open AA Meeting is now meeting online via Zoom Wednesday 6-7 pm AEST.
We’ll follow our regular format, which will include a speaker on the topic of Steps 2, 3, & 11; 12 minutes of
silent meditation; and open discussion. For a link to participate please email:

Hornsby Big Book Study via Zoom 1 hour big book study from 6pm-7pm every Monday.
To join this Zoom AA Meeting copy and paste the following link into your web browser.
Alternatively if you already have Zoom downloaded enter the following meeting ID
to join the call. Meeting ID: 254 878 168       
Zoom is available on PC, Mac, iPhone, smartphone, iPad or tablet

Bulimba Freethinkers Secular Group. Physical meeting address : Bulimba Library. 219 Oxford St. Bulimba Qld
Time : 7:30 – 9:00 Thurs Nights. Type : In room meeting with Zoom audio visual access.
Contact :    Mick S 0411487749
Members may email at any time to receive their invite then click on the link from 7:00pm on meeting nights.

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Alcoholics Anonymous World Services  linking directly to pamphlet information (A.A. Fact File, is A.A. for You?, a newcomer asks, a Message to Teenagers, 44 Questions, Do you think you're different?, is there an Alcoholic in your Life?, Information on Alcoholics Anonymous, Information for Professionals, Anonymity letter to Media... and more.)
Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
the International body for online A.A.
International - Online Services Office

Do you want to stop drinking, but are having difficulty doing so?
Do you find, when you want to, you cannot quit entirely, or have little control over the amount you drink?
If the answer is YES to either question...
Click on the International 12 Step button

How to join an Aussie Online e-mail AA Group
Each group has their own guidelines and is autonomous.

The AAustralia email groups began in November 1999 to provide a venue for Australians whether living in Australia or anywhere in the world to keep in contact with old friends and make new. The group has regularly scheduled topics, including Steps and Traditions, newcomers are welcomed, and members are encouraged to share 'off-topic' recovery related stories and life experiences.
To join one of the AAustralia groups send an email to:

NewBBAA2 also started in 1999 and is an Australian based email discussion group with members in different parts of the world. The group has a different Chair person each month with topics being introduced each week. Members are encouraged to share on topic or on any other aspect of their lives, keeping in mind our recovery from alcoholism and the program of A.A. To join send an email to:

AA Oztralia Unity Recovery Group for "live time" meetings.
"Modem-to-modem or face-to-face, A.A.’s speak the language of the heart in all its power and simplicity"
Daily live AA meetings in real-time on PalTalk. All Welcome.
For more information contact Darren - Email Enquiries.

AA Australia Unity Recovery Group meeting room

AA Southern Cross meeting room

AA Southern Cross Website

Are you looking for HELP with your drinking? ... can't stop?
We recommend that you call Alcoholics Anonymous on
1300 22 22 22... for the cost of a local call you will be able to speak to someone who will understand and be able to advise you what to do from their own experience.

Online A.A. has many benefits for members who, for any number of reasons, cannot regularly attend 'scheduled' meetings - but AOIG strongly recommends and supports traditional meetings - there is no substitute for the warmth and sharing that is found in face to face meetings.   ... or you can email anyone of us on this site (see above ) ...


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