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Join us for a weekend of fellowship where we will be lead through the Steps by a member of The Deal in Melbourne.

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Alcoholics Anonymous with Al-Anon/Alateen Participation Outback Tag-a-long Via Central and Northern Queensland.

The Purpose of the Tag-a-long is to carry the message to the Outback.

For More Details and Comprehensive Flyers go to: www.outback-aa-au.org


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The Hobart AA Women’s Recovery Weekend is a beautiful opportunity to hole up with other recovering AA sisters in the beachside bushland camp for sisterhood and share the experience, strength and hopes with each other.

When: Friday 23 – Sunday 25 June 2023

Start: 5 PM

Where: Orana Girl Guides Camp – Malunna Camp House

146 Roches Beach Road, Roches Beach TAS 7170

Cost: $100 (all meals included from Friday dinner to Sunday morning tea)

The weekend revolves around the AA Twelve Step program and offers meetings, entertainment, meditations and a connection with nature. Together we can help each other navigate through life’s challenges and transitions and support each other on our ultimate journey to a sober, vibrant, meaningful and joyful life.

Meals and Accommodation

Full registration includes:

– Two (2) nights of shared accommodation

– All meals, including Friday night dinner and morning tea on Sunday. Please bring your own if you are on a special diet. Vegetarian options are available.

– Use of all facilities, including the halls, full commercial kitchen, dining room, fireplace, fire pit, BBQs, bushwalks, etc.

Linen, pillows, towels and blankets are not included. Please bring your own and make sure the bedding is warm. There is no individual room heating. Please bring a hot water bottle and warm clothes!

– Saturday night entertainment, yoga or meditation and other activities

This retreat is for alcoholic women only. No babies or children are accommodated. No animals.

Please let us know if you want to stay together. We will do our best to accommodate you as a group of no more than four.

The venue is the Malunna Camp House in the Orana Girl Guides Camp.

Orana Camp is owned by Girl Guides Tasmania and has been operational since 1967. Orana is approximately 20 kilometres from Hobart city centre on the Eastern Shore and 10 minutes from the airport. It is established on 31 acres of natural bushland with plentiful birdlife and native fauna. The property is situated on beautiful Roches Beach with direct access to the sheltered beach frontage. Access is wheelchair friendly. A Volunteer Caretaker lives on the property and can assist in emergencies.

A fitness course, challenge valley (large play equipment), cricket pitch, outdoor gym equipment and a playground are all located on the site. There is a safe beach for water activities.

Malunna Camp House

This large brick building consists of a commercial kitchen, a large dining room with a wood heater, carpeted conference room with electric heating, amenities, and a disabled bathroom and will sleep 68 people comfortably in bunk rooms.

Malunna House is equipped with cooking, eating and seating facilities. There is a commercial refrigerator, small freezer, 6-burner dual-fuel stove and oven, bain-marie, automatic urn, toaster and dishwasher. There is a large BBQ near the kitchen.

The laundry has a coin-operated washing machine, dryer and iron.

(URL: here)

Refund policy

We offer a full refund or a ticket rollover to the AA Hobart Women’s Weekend 2023 in case:

– the event is cancelled because of COVID-19;

– you are unwell and can provide a medical certificate (no later than three days before the event)

– any other government restrictions, weather events or any other reason outside of our control. You can also transfer a ticket to another member or donate it. Please email the request to [email protected].

To attend the event, you MUST BE REGISTERED to comply with the camp policies and insurance.

Spaces are limited to 68. We have activated a waiting list feature. Please put your name down in case there are last-minute cancellations. We can’t wait to see you!

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Meetings, meditation and fun in a peaceful bush setting- that’s the Bill W camp – now in it’s 29th year. Some great sharing at meetings under the stars, morning meditation by the river, a damper cooking competition (BYO flour), dip in the pool or bring your talent to red faces.

Its a camp. so bring your own everything including a chair for meetings. We provide a cooked breakfast on Saturday morning and a sausage sizzle Saturday night, with potluck lunch to close the camp on Sunday. Cold water, tea and coffee are supplied- in your own mug. Bring what you need for other meals or use the quality bistro at the park’s office.

The Douglas Daly Tourist Park reserves an area for us which includes a camping and vehicle site. If you are camping ($20 per night) no need to book. The park also reserves us a few caravan sites close to the action. If you’d like to book a powered site, reserve a room or self-contained cabin BOOK EARLY- the park gets busy. Contact the park directly on  08 8978 2479 and say: “I’m with the Bill W Camp”


For more information contact Darren H at 0404 299 619, Sam H at 0400 579 656, or Mark P ( text only) at 0400 255 019.

Al-Anon contacts: Sarah at 0407 013 395  or Fay ( text only) at 0400 582 749 and www.aadarwin.org.au


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Every June long weekend the Tag-a-long tour starts at Lightning Ridge.

It has been an annual event for over 20 years and AA’s come from all over Australia to the Opal mining town.

Campfire meetings, plenty to see and do. Come join our community for a great weekend.

There is also a  Music and Art Festival in town at the same time.

Call Rata on 0481 313 207 or send a text message. I will always respond!