About Australian Monarchist League|
Our history, our aims, our purpose and our achievements
The primary purpose of the Australian Monarchist League is to educate and inform the Australian public on Australia history and particularly on the Australian
Constitution, to disseminate literature and to maintain a library on Australian colonial and federation history and the Constitution.
Established in Australia in 1993, our organization has steadily developed into a potent force as a non-profit association established for the encouragement of
Literature and to uphold the educational and cultural aspects of our Constitutional Monarchy.
The League has sponsored the establishment of The Foundation for Australian Constitutional Research and Studies, to, without bias, encourage young people
to study the Constitution and to understand the implications of potential change which we believe is of particular importance when only 18% of the population are
reported to know something about our Constitution or system of Government. Each year the Foundation organises a very popular Essay Competition on
Constitutional subjects amongst all High Schools in Australia.
When the Keating Government ordered Commonwealth Government Bookshops to stop selling photographs of The Queen, resulting in members of the public
finding it virtually impossible to obtain pictures of their Sovereign, the Monarchist League reproduced and distributed Sir William Dargie's renowned portrait of
Her Majesty in the Australian Wattle Dress.
The Australian Monarchist League has no paid staff whatsoever and we operate solely on voluntary support. Our membership is open to any Australian
interested in finding out how our Constitution came about and what it means in simple, easy to understand English.
Click here for the membership and support form.
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