About Us

 

The British Australian Community (BAC) is a community service organisation.

We are a living community!

With a long history and bright future, this organisation will continue to provide a sphere for families and individuals to come together and share friendship and direct support for one another in solidarity of common heritage.

The support by our members enables us to work for our people (see our Constitutional Objectives below). This is achieved not only by promoting and facilitating local activities but by being a voice for our people through advocacy at state and federal levels.

From our foundation in 1967 as The United Kingdom Settlers’ Association this organisation has operated with the same core values we have today. Having evolved over the changing landscape of our nation the UKSA, now known as the British Australian Community, is still going strong today, celebrating the ongoing contributions to Australia by people of British Isles descent.

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The official journal of the British Australian Community with articles and opinion pieces concerning current affairs as well as historical information.

Constitutional objectives

 

The Purposes of the British Australian Community Incorporated are to:

(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,

(d) Provide social activities and promote social relationships between members and between members and the general public,

(e) Do all such other things as are conducive or incidental to the attainment of the above objects or any of them.

 

Click HERE to download a PDF of the official Rules of the BAC, as adopted by the membership on 30 October 2022.