Embassy of Ireland, Australia
The Embassy of Ireland in Australia was established in Canberra in 1946, and works closely with Irish state agencies to promote trade, tourism and inward investment.
Bloomsday in Melbourne
Bloomsday in Melbourne is a literary festival held each year on 16 June to celebrate James Joyce’s Ulysses.
Irish Ancestry Group, Genealogical Society of Victoria
The IAG continues as a Discussion Circle with regular talks on Zoom. For meeting details go to the Current & Upcoming Events page.
Irish and English Ancestry Group, Queensland Genealogical Society
Meetings are held on the first Sunday of even numbered months of the year, unless otherwise advertised. See the Events Calendar for further details.
National Museum of Australia: Irish in Australia Exhibition
Featuring nearly 500 rare and unique objects from Australian and international collections, this exhibition remembered the Irish immigrants, and their descendants, who made this continent their home, and helped create a uniquely Australian way of life.
Ricorso is a large dataset of information about Irish writers and their works arranged in the form of a bio-bibliographical dictionary, with condensed biographies, lists of criticism and extracts from the works and commentaries upon them.
Celtic Council of NSW
Aims to support, in appropriate ways, efforts by tertiary educational institutions in research, training and study of Celtic culture, languages and history.
The Celtic Club, Melbourne
The Celtic Club is Australia’s first Irish, Scottish & Welsh Club and has continued to provide a warm welcome since 1887. Visit the club at its new home, The Limerick Arms in South Melbourne.
Irish National Association of Australasia
The Irish National Association actively promotes Irish culture and interests through our support of activities at the Irish Cultural Centre and Gaelic Club and other locations in Sydney.
The Gaelic Club, Sydney
The Irish community funded and built the Irish National Association (INA) building in Devonshire Street, Surry Hills, which was opened in 1955. The Irish Gaelic Club was established on the first floor of the building in 1973.
Manscripts at Trinity College Dublin
Home to more than 20,000 collections of manuscripts and archives, dating from the 13th century BC to the present day.