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Antarctic Division
State Branches & Regions
State Branches & Regions
There are Club Activities and Branches in most states and territories and many of them have their own websites.  Here's links to the sites that are currently active or become active near Midwinter.

ACT

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The ACT ANARE website is usually active in the weeks approaching Midwinter; it may be completely inactive at other times.

Please contact the National Webmaster if you have any questions or comments. 



South Australia

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Adelaide Oval with the City in the Background
The South Australian Branch ANARE website advises members of the composition of the South Australian Club Council and as June approaches provides details of Midwinter celebrations.

This website is hosted on the National website server, but all questions and comments about content should be addressed to the contacts shown on the site.  Questions and comments of a technical nature should be addressed to the National Webmaster


Northern Territory

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Croc
The NT ANARE website is updated on an as-required basis and contains general information about the Club and Midwinter celebrations that may happen in the Northern Territory.

This website is independently maintained and all correspondence should be addressed to the contacts shown on the site.   

New South Wales

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Opera House and the Bridge

NSW Branch has an active ANARE community and this website is regularly updated.

This website is independently maintained and all correspondence should be addressed to the contacts shown on the site.  


Tasmania

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Taz

The Hobart Branch of the ANARE Club is active and has an excellent website that is updated regularly.The presence of AAD is located in Hobart and most Australian expeditions depart from here. 

Many members currently work or have worked for AAD on an on-going basis or are engaged in research at UTAS or CSIRO.

This website is independently maintained and all correspondence should be addressed to the contacts shown on the site.  


Western Australia

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Thanks to Phil Crosby for providing information on WA activities which have been uploaded and maintained on the National site.
Please contact the National Webmaster if you have any questions or comments.


UK and Europe

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Although not a branch in the same manner as Australian state branches, there is a group of ANARE expeditioners in the UK and Europe who maintain an interest in Antarctica and keep in touch, mainly at Midwinter.

Queensland

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Burleigh Heads
The Queensland Branch has an active ANARE community and the site is updated as required.

This website is independently maintained and all correspondence should be addressed to the contacts shown on the site.  


Victoria

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KB - 403 Games at the Highest Level

The Victorian Branch was formed in March 2017 and has taken over the running of the Melbourne Mid Winter Dinner starting from 2017. Melbourne Mid Winter Dinner was previously a National Council event. An interim committee has been established and there is a general meeting scheduled for 29 April 2017 to formally adopt the formation of the Branch.

Currently, information on the Victorian Branch is with the midwinter information for Melbourne on the National website server. It is hoped that an independent website can be established.

Inquiries about the Victorian Branch can be made to the interim President of the Branch.

Inquiries regarding Melbourne Mid Winter Dinner can be made to the Social Secretary of the Branch.

Please contact the National Webmaster if you have any questions or comments regarding the National website.



Country New South Wales - Binalong

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Binalong
Country NSW provides a Midwinter function at Binalong in the Southern Highlands. The website is usually active in the weeks approaching Midwinter; it may be completely inactive at other times.

Please contact the National Webmaster if you have any questions or comments.