The British Australian Community is the only representative organisation for Australians and Australian residents whose family background is from the British Isles.

Our aim is to preserve the unique form of culture that developed in Australia and to grow in positive ways as Anglo-Australians with healthy roots.

We represent the interests of our community by providing leadership and support.

What We Do:

 1.  Represent the interests of Anglo-Australians, being that segment of the Australian population descended from the Founding Peoples of the British Isles.

2.  Promote the past and present culture of Anglo-Australians, whether developed in Australia or derived from the British Isles.

3.  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.

Advocacy

Promoting our British heritage

 

Upcoming Events

Merchandise

June President’s Message

Notice of Melbourne Event BAC President monthly message Frank Salter   16 June 2022   Dear BAC members, Let me begin by acknowledging Australia’s historic Anglo nation and its sovereignty over all our continent’s lands and waters.   BAC Event On Saturday 25th June Saturday 2nd July I shall be presenting Life Membership of the BAC and the inaugural Alan James BAC Advocacy Award to historian Reg Watson in recognition of his many years of service to the BAC and to Anglo Australia. After the presentation, Reg will be giving a talk on “The British heritage of Tasmania”, followed by my own talk on the subject “Multiculturalism as an Anglo Majority Strategy”. Both talks will be followed by a Q&A. This event will be held at an inner...

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July President’s Message

Melbourne Event: Reg Watson Honoured BAC President message Frank Salter   17 July 2022 Dear BAC Members, On the 2nd of July in Melbourne, at ESU House, the BAC awarded historian and long-term BAC member Reg Watson the first Alan James BAC Advocacy Award, in recognition of his many years of service to the organisation and to Anglo Australia. As part of the award, Reg received Life Membership of the BAC. He then presented a fascinating talk on the subject, “Tasmania’s British Heritage”. Later in the evening, I gave a talk on the subject, “Multiculturalism as a Majority Anglo Strategy”. There followed a lively Q&A. The event was live streamed. and can now be viewed via our BAC YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the channel, watch and...

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