The IAA are holding a meet and greet drinks evening at the Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2 this Friday 10th May from 6pm. Its a chance to come and meet members and friends of the IAA. We hope to see you there.
6.30am, Thursday 25 April, 2013
Where: Grangegorman Military Cemetery, Blackhorse Avenue, find in Google Maps
The annual dawn commemoration will be held on 25 April in the haunting surrounds of Grangegorman Military Cemetery. Members of the public are welcome to lay a wreath during the service.
If you have any questions, please contact the Public Affairs Officer at the Australian Embassy on 01 6645312.
ANZAC Evening Service
7:30pm, Thursday 25 April, 2013
Where: St Ann’s Church, Dawnson Street, Dublin 2 find in Google Maps
The annual evening commemoration will be held on 25 April at St Ann’s Church on Dawson street at 7:30pm on ANZAC Day.
John Wright is a freelance writer in Oxfordshire (formerly from Tasmania, Australia) and has just had the book “Undaunted: The Irish in Australia“ published by The History Press Ireland. It has 29 true stories about extraordinary adventures of Irish men and women in Australia, spanning from the early convict/settler days through to the 1930s.
It is available in bookshops in Ireland and the UK now, and in Australian bookshops in February. Fo any queries you can find details at www.thehistorypress.ie.
In honor of Australia Day, The Bean Bag Cinema are showing a special screening of Finding Nemo on Sunday 27 January. For more information visit www.TheBeanBagCinema.com
We are thrilled to announce the details of next year’s Australia Day Gala(h) Ball! We are also thrilled to have Etihad Airways as our title sponsor for the event. The ball is set to be even bigger and better than last year, so please make sure you tell as many people as you can to ensure it’s another great night.
Saturday, January 26th, 2013
The Aviva Stadium, Dublin
19:00 until late
Featuring guest speaker Trent Johnston – Irish Cricket Captain ¦ live band ¦ DJ playing all your favourite Aussie tunes ’til late ¦ traditional raffle ¦ delicious Australian themed three course meal ¦ a selection of Australian wines to accompany dinner ¦ full cash bar available ¦ and a very special, top secret entertainer all the way from Australia….
Dress to impress in formal attire
Please note that all are welcome to attend the evening (not just Aussies!) and we encourage you to pass on the details to anyone who would enjoy celebrating the evening in style.
Tickets can be purchased as either an entire table or as guests on an assembled table
For more details please visit www.irelandaustralia.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Bryce on 087 137 1395
Thanks very much to our sponsors
Stay tuned for ticketing info for our upcoming Australia Day Galah Ball on 26th January 2013. If you haven’t yet, sign up for our mailing list on the right to get the news as soon as it’s released!
Before the Christmas rush takes over, join us for a bit of networking with our members & friends at Residence on St. Stephen’s Green, on Friday November 16th at 6.30pm.
See more here.
Our friends in the Diplomatic Corps have asked us to extend an invitation to their Annual Fundraiser, their International Charity Bazaar, Dublin.
Get along to the Burlington Hotel, Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 4, on Sunday, 18 November 2012 from 11am – 5pm and ‘Experience the World in a Day‘.
Come and sample the culture of many different countries. Taste different foods (*I hear Lamingtons & ANZAC Biscuits will be available!), buy unusual gifts for Christmas and other occasions, buy arts and crafts from around the world. Great Raffle prizes to be won, Silent Auction, face painting and other entertainment for kids, cooking demonstrations, and much more… All proceeds benefit Irish charities.
2 November 2012 to 27 January 2013, New Galleries, Irish Museum of Modern Art
This exhibition presents the famous Ned Kelly series of paintings by the celebrated Australian artist Sidney Nolan. Painted in 1946 and 1947, the series takes the form of stylised depictions of the exploits of the notorious bushranger Ned Kelly in the Australian outback. The works were originally held at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, where Nolan had painted 26 of the 27 when it was the home of his close friends John and Sunday Reed. They were gifted to the National Gallery of Australia in 1977. read more..