Some meetings, closed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, will continue to operate as electronic meetings: Electronic Al-Anon Meetings
It is strongly suggested that groups consider the common welfare of all members and of the Australian community and make the decision to close their face-to-face meetings for the duration of national restrictions on people leaving their homes.
New to this website search function? Search Tips:
- Find a meeting, click on the meeting name for any extra details to help find the venue
- After the suburb, try adding the state (a suburb can exist in more than one state and it will only find the first location)
Search by Postcode may fail for country locations so please use the town name instead.
Search distance is only 15 km and in some country regions this is not sufficient so please use state-based meeting lists instead.
At Al-Anon Meetings
Members share with each other their experience, strength and hope in applying the Al-Anon principles to their own lives that have been affected by someone else’s problem drinking. Through this exchange, members learn about the disease of alcoholism, and how it affects behaviours in family members.
Al-Anon is not affiliated with any other organisation.
There are over 400 Al-Anon meetings around Australia. Anyone concerned about someone else’s drinking is welcome to attend. Group meetings vary in size from 2 to 20+. If you are physically unable to attend a meeting then our Lone Member service might be of interest to you. Please make contact to talk about this possibility.
Meeting details (venue, day, start time) are updated regularly but occasionally may be out of date, so if you have difficulty locating a meeting then please check with your local office.
Print friendly lists of meetings in each State/Territory around Australia:
The date of most recent update is for ease of reference (older dates indicate that no changes have occurred).
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* Alice Springs, & Darwin