The British Australian Community is the only multicultural organisation for Australians whose ancestors came from the British Isles (Anglo-Celtic Australians).

Our aim is to celebrate and defend the history and interests of traditional Australians.

We call out vilification, discrimination, and violence directed at our community.

We also provide analysis and education about the various crises that our people are facing.

Join our efforts to restore respect for Anglo-Australia’s rightful place at the centre of our national story.

President’s Message, 15 October 2023 Australia’s Brexit Moment

The BAC thanks the Australian people for their collective wisdom in rejecting the voice referendum. This important vote resembles the Brexit vote, in which the British people decided to leave the European Union. Like Brexit, our rejection of the voice flew in the face of hectoring and bullying by all public institutions. These institutions included large sections of the mainstream media, especially public broadcasting (ABC, SBS, NITV), large corporations in general, educational authorities, major religions, and the multicultural lobby. The ACT was the only constituency to vote for the voice. It should not escape our notice that Canberra is the home of the permanent government.By that, we mean the public servants who advise...

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Our Purposes:

The purposes of the association are:
(a) Represent the interests of Anglo Australians, being that segment of the Australian population descended from the Founding Peoples of the British Isles,
(b) Promote the past and present culture of Anglo Australians, whether developed in Australia, the British Isles, or other English-speaking countries,
(c) Make public and private representations to Australian Federal, State and local governments and statutory bodies, the media, corporations, individuals and the Australian public generally with a view to overcoming prejudice and misunderstanding regarding Anglo Australians, their history, heritage, and culture.


Promoting our British heritage