Events

The League holds various functions and activities around the country. Many people find that getting involved, even if by just attending a lunch or dinner or drinks can be very rewarding. They meet interesting people of like mind and often form lasting friendships.

Some of our branches are more active than others, often because our office bearers, all being volunteers, run out of time due to their work commitments. Therefore, if you think that your State should be doing more, then why not volunteer to assist in organising activities?

On this page we post information on upcoming functions and activities as information becomes available. If there is something that interests you, please don’t hesitate to book in, preferably sooner rather than later.

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A dinner in Sydney in 2019

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    For the benefit of members, the Australian Monarchist League is taking several tables at the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel/Masonic Club ANZAC luncheon on Saturday 25 April 2024.

    The venue will be the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel, 169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney commencing at 12 noon and the cost is $95 pp for 2 courses with one glass of wine.

    PLEASE NOTE: This lunch is not organised by us but if you wish to join an AML table, you can book and pay below. You can also book direct with the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel on: 02 9284 1006.

    Thank you

  • Below is preliminary information on the 2024 Annual Conference of the Samuel Griffith Society. When booking, please advise that you are with AML and also email us at [email protected] so we can know who will be attending. 

    Dates: Friday 24th May - Sunday 26th May 2024
    Venue: Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort, Gold Coast
    Booking link: http://www.trybooking.com/CMTMB

    At this stage, confirmed conference speakers include:

    • Dr Janet Albrechtsen - The Australian
    • Prof James Allan - University of Queensland
    • Morgan Begg - Institute of Public Affairs
    • The Hon Jarrod Bleijie MP, JP - Queensland Deputy Opposition Leader
    • The Hon Thomas Bradley - Queensland Supreme Court
    • The Hon Prof George Brandis KC - Australian National University
    • The Hon David Crisafulli MP - Queensland Leader of the Opposition
    • The Hon James Edelman - High Court of Australia
    • Dr Mark Fowler - Fowler Charity Law
    • Dr Zachary Gorman - Robert Menzies Institute
    • The Hon Declan Kelly - Queensland Supreme Court
    • A/Prof Ben Saunders - Deakin University