Victorian Branch Contact the AS Vic Branch for more information about activities in Melbourne and Victoria

About the Victorian Branch

The AS Vic Branch Inc. is an incorporated association in the southern state of Victoria and serves the state members of the ASinA. Our main purpose is to further the development of Anthroposophy throughout Victoria through community events.

There is also a Castlemaine-based Vidar group in Central Victoria.  Please contact Christine McAleer or Leanne Sarah for information.  

AS Vic Branch committee

Branch Secretary

Birgith Lugosi

0448 844 453


Petra Betschart 


Membership enquiries

Elizabeth McKay 

00410 294 110

Committee members

Yasushi Hayashi
Elizabeth McKay
Ian George
James Gillan
Dianne Schiller
Jenny Metzger

0499 685 881
0410 294 110
0418 589 697

School of Spiritual Science

Guenter ZimmermannDavid Morgan 
Birgith Lugosi 


Postal contacts

Branch Secretary
Birgith Lugosi
2 Union St,
VIC 3101

AS Vic Branch activities

Secretary’s report

Here you can find the Secretary’s report on branch activities for 2023.


The AS Vic Branch facilitates a range of regular conferences, festivals, workshops and lectures, often in conjunction with the Michael Group. The monthly newsletter has more information about these activities. If you would like to advertise an upcoming event in this monthly email, please contact Yasushi Hayashi and send your information by the 25th of the preceding month. 

There are also regular festival celebrations and talks hosted by the Vic Branch and the Christian Community in Hawthorn.

March 2024 listings of upcoming events in Victoria here.


Vic News 
The Vic Branch also publish the quarterly Vic News. This newsletter has articles and reports on branch activities and is posted to members and friends with a calendar of events. If you would like to receive the quarterly newsletter, please contact the editor. 

Vic News, Summer is now available to download.


For Steiner teacher training, the Melbourne Rudolf Steiner Seminar offers a range of courses and programs based on the work of Rudolf Steiner. 

For artistic workshops and eurythmy training, please contact Birgith Lugosi of the Aurora Australis Anthroposophical College of the Arts and the Melbourne Eurythmy School for more information.