Become part of the ASinA community

There is a wide community of members and associated bodies in all states and territories. You may choose to become part of the community as a friend by participating in events and activities of the Society at many levels of interest without joining. By subscribing to this website (at the bottom) of the page, you will receive a monthly update of Latest News, curated by the website editor. This lists upcoming online events and reports or interviews from the General Secretary. 

However, membership offers deeper opportunities for learning, sharing and building community across Australia and internationally. By becoming a member, you not only receive more detailed news about branch activities but you also actively support the life of the community. 

You can find out more about membership here. 

What is the ASinA?

The Anthroposophical Society in Australia (ASinA)  is a non-profit association committed to furthering the work of Rudolf Steiner. The Society itself is the collective body of branches, groups and associated anthroposophical organisations throughout Australia.

The Society in Australia is part of the global network of national bodies of the General Anthroposophical Society, the world body for Anthroposophy, which has its centre in Dornach, Switzerland. The General Society connects 78 countries on all continents many hundreds of groups, branches, and regional societies.

What is the Society’s role in the ASinA community?

The Society aims to nurture the life of the soul in the individual through community on the basis of a true knowledge of the spiritual world. It also supports the objects and purposes of the General Anthroposophical Society.

The Society publishes information for its members and friends on this website, in journals and in branch newsletters to publicise activities, meetings, conferences, workshops and performances.

For more information about upcoming events and activities, browse through the Events page. You will find online activities, such as webinars listed here, as well as national events such as the ASinA AGM. For more local events such as study groups, browse the branch pages or contact the local branch coordinators. 

For more information about how to subscribe to the Journal of Anthroposophy or the national newsletter, please contact the editor Mark Gallagher.