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About The Association Thirty four years ago in 1981, a few friends who loved Australia founded the Ireland Australia Association. Their objectives were to foster friendship between the two countries and to provide a meeting...

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Welcome Welcome to the Ireland-Australia Association. In it's 33rd year, the Ireland-Australia Association is on the lookout for new members.  Stay tuned for more information and updates on this site.

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IAA Social Meet up Thursday May 28th

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At a loose end next Thursday 28th May? The IAA are holding the first IAA monthly social meet up in the Market Bar, Fade Street, Dublin 2 from 6pm. It’s a chance to meet some new people and catch up with old friends! We hope to see you there!

Ireland Australia Association AGM – Friday 15th May 2015 8pm

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Venue: Bewley’s Hotel Ballsbridge

Meeting time: 8pm

Complimentary finger food in Tom’s bar following meeting

All welcome to attend

Nominations for office bearers and committee most welcome

Cinematic Experience to mark ANZAC Day

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World-First” Cinematic Experience to mark ANZAC Day Centenary in Ireland

Irish Film Institute (IFI) on ANZAC Day, Saturday, 25 April 2015 from 11.15am to 14.00pm

The New Zealand Ireland Association will host a screening of rare photographic and film footage uniquely curated for the NZIA to mark the anniversary of the WWI landing at Gallipoli. In a world-first cinematic experience, the event will also include a satellite broadcast of the Centenary ANZAC Dawn Service from Gallipoli from that same morning. The screening will take place at the Irish Film Institute (IFI) on ANZAC Day, Saturday, 25 April 2015 from 11.15am to 14.00pm.
Tickets, which must be purchased in advance, cost a nominal €15 per adult and €5 per child (plus booking fee) to cover expenses. Ticket price includes tea, coffee and pastries which will be served in advance of the screening.

Buy tickets at this link http://www.eventbrite.ie/e/nzia-anzac-centenary-cinema-experience-the-ifi-tickets-16515440126?ref=ebtnebtckt

Ireland Australia Association – Australia Day Gala (h) Ball Tickets 2015

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Irish Anzacs Project – Launch of the Irish Anzacs database – Friday 17th October 8.30am

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IAA Networking Evening – 6pm November 4th Upstairs @ Odessa, Dublin

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IAA Networking Evening

Christmas In July 2014

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Christmas in July 2014

 

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The Annual IAA Christmas in July Family BBQ is on Sunday 13th July at 12.30pm at The Pavilion Bar – Trinity College in Dublin. The event is a great family fun day with an opportunity to celebrate an Australian style Christmas BBQ in the middle of the Irish summer for those who share a love of Australia and Ireland.


Tickets to the event include:

  • BBQ Buffet Lunch (beef burgers, sausages, spare ribs, chicken drumsticks, spicy chicken skewers, coleslaw, tossed salad, potato salad, basil pesto salad, selection of baps/bread rolls). If you have any specific dietary requirements, please inform us prior to the event
  • Activities for the kids (and adults!)
  • A visit from Santa
  • Opportunity for the family/children to be photographed with Santa.
  • And much more!!

*Please email the Association on president@irelandaustralia.org with the names and ages of your children to assist Santa and his helpers*

Dress Code: Aussie BBQ with a touch of Christmas (thongs encouraged!)

 Location & Parking: Please refer to the Trinity College website for parking and access queries and a more detailed map of The Pavilion http://www.tcd.ie/Maps/map.php. Parking will be available in Trinity College. Please let the gate keeper at the vehicle entrance know that you are there for the BBQ.

Queries: For all other event enquiries please contact Bryce Fraser via email – president@irelandaustralia.org

Ireland Australia Association – AGM 7.30pm 9th May, Bewleys Hotel, Ballsbridge D4

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The IAA will be holding their AGM next Friday 9th May at Bewleys Hotel, Ballsbridge, D4 at 7.30pm.

We will meet in Tom’s Bar from 7.15pm and then move into the meeting room from there.

The agenda includes Presidents report, Treasurer update, general business and election of office bearers.

We welcome all to attend the AGM to share your ideas and help grow the association. If you have any questions please contact me via email at president@irelandaustralia.org

Bryce

Sydney: Your future Starts Here – The official guide to living and working in Sydney.

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Details below of a joint initiative by the New South Wales Government and the committee for Sydney, which seeks to raise the global profile of Sydney and NSW and attract high skilled workers from overseas.

The initiative is called Sydney:… Your future Starts Here – The official guide to living and working in Sydney.
The guide is designed to be a useful informative source for foreign nationals and businesses about living, working and operating in Sydney. It provides comprehensive information on local industry, the cost of living and lifestyle – such as where to live, education, transport, and healthcare.  It showcases Sydney as a great place to live and also a great place to advance your career in a competitive global market.

Australian ministerial-led business delegation registration

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The Minister for Trade and Investment, the Hon Andrew Robb AO MP, has launched an online register for Australian businesses to indicate their interest in participating in ministerial-led business delegations. 

Overseas visits by government ministers can help advance Australia’s trade and economic interests and promote the international competitiveness of Australian businesses.  Allowing Australian business leaders and education institutions to accompany ministers provides an effective way to introduce them to new markets and open doors to new business opportunities. 

The establishment of a register for ministerial-led business missions highlights the Australian Government’s commitment to strengthening economic diplomacy by expanding Australia’s trade, investment and education ties.  A coordinated approach between government and industry sends a strong message to our trading partners that Australia is open for business.

The on-line register is being managed by Austrade and is accessible from www.austrade.gov.au/business-delegations.

The register will enable companies and business associations to indicate their interest both in specific regions and also industry sectors.