About AA?

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is non-professional, self-supporting, nondenominational, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

Our purpose is to stay sober and help other people get sober.

If you are new to AA and looking for information about meetings, call 1300 222 222 to speak to an experienced AA member.

Or email info@aa.org.au

And there is information about meetings on the national AA website.

There are AA Offices around Australia. There is a List of Offices on the National AA Website.

Many local groups and service committees also have websites. This list of AA websites includes most of them.

About Us

This is a website to help AA members find meetings close by. It's designed for easy use on mobile phones. We hope it will be useful to AA members around Australia.

The website has been created as a free service by Alcoholics Anonymous members in Melbourne.

We like to help people who are looking for Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and we like making cool websites for fun.

For information specifically about this website, the creators can be contacted at info@aameetings.org.au

The site is not associated with or endorsed by the General Service Conference or the General Service Office in Australia.


Q: Can I view this on my phone?

This website is optimised for use on mobile phones.

In your phone browser, navigate to aameetings.org.au or, if your phone can read QR codes, use this to go to the site:

Q: Can I can download this as an app for my phone?

No. But you can bookmark the webpage and add a shortcut to the homepage in your phone.

For iPhone or iPad

For Android

The steps to do this can vary depending on your device and Android version. To find out how it's done for your handset, google 'add shortcut to webpage on android for YOUR DEVICE. Or check out this youtube video.

Q: Where does the meeting information come from?

The information displayed on this website is extracted from the database maintained by the Australian AA General Service Office. See 'Meetings page' on the Alcoholics Anonymous Australia website.

We refresh the data multiple times a day.

Q: Is it accurate?

It's as accurate and up-to-date as the information on the Alcoholics Anonymous Australia website. So it's based on the information supplied to the General Service Office by AA groups.

Q: I've noticed that one of my local meetings is not listed. Why would that be?

If a meeting you know is not listed, it's because the meeting is not listed on the Alcoholics Anonymous Australia website.

Check the 'Meetings page' section and, if it's not there, you can help by filling following the instructions on 'Report Changes to the Meetings List page of the National Website' page.

Q: I've noticed an error in one of the meetings listed. How can I have it corrected?

If you notice a mistake, you can help by following the instructions to 'Report Changes to the Meetings List page on the National Website' webpage.

Q: I've seen a meeting listed that I know is no longer running. How can I have it removed?

If you know about a meeting that is no longer functioning, you can help by following the instructions on 'Report Changes to the Meetings List page on the National Website' webpage.

Contact AA

You can contact Alcoholics Anonymous on the national number:

1300 222 222

This number will connect you to your closest AA contact.

There is a list of local AA offices and contacts on the Alcoholics Anonymous Australia website.

The AA General Service Office can be contacted via email