Welcome to The Britain-Australia Society, the premier society promoting and encouraging the shared cultural, economic, educational, sporting and inter-governmental links between our two countries.
Who we are:
The Britain-Australia Society exists to promote and maintain the rich relationship between Australia and the United Kingdom. Our members are individuals and corporations who are aligned with and support that objective. We do this by celebrating our shared history and furthering our longstanding cultural, educational, sporting and inter-governmental links. HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was the Society’s Patron from 1971 until his death in 2021. Lord Hague of Richmond is our President.
Our headquarters are in Australia House in London and we have branches in seven regions across the United Kingdom.
What we do:
The Britain-Australia Society works to connect its members across the United Kingdom through an active and varied events programme ranging from high-level networking opportunities in sought after locations, to briefings by leading experts on topical issues such as trade and defence policy.
With exclusive access to many prestigious events and venues, and a diverse membership including some of the leading figures in Anglo-Australian relations, the Society is the organisation for individuals and companies who want to support the wide-ranging and modern relationship between the UK and Australia.
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