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DaySuburb & Group NameTimeMeeting TypeBuilding TypeMeeting AddressAdditional InfoPost Code
SaturdayHamilton - Spiritual Awakening8.30 amSpiritual ConceptScots Kirk Presbyterian Church Hall21 Murray St - Hamilton2303
SaturdayMerewether - AA Way of Life Group9.30 amLiving Sober - RecoveryUniting Church Hall178 Glebe Rd Merewether Starting from 14-12-192291
SaturdayIslington - Walk-In Group12.00 NoonIDSt Marks Church of Englandcorner of Robert & Norfolk Ave - IslingtonOn 7 Days a Week2296
SaturdaySwansea Womens Group2.30 PMWomen's meetingLibrary Ocean Room 2228 Pacific HighwayHour meeting2281
SaturdayKaruah Group4.00 or 6.00 PMIDUniting Church Hall (Next to cemetary)Tarean Rd, KaruahChanges from 4 in Winter to 6 in Daylight Saving2324
SaturdayNewcastle - Road to Recovery Group4.30 PmBig Book - SpeakersSoul Cafe49 Hunter Street Newcastle NSWThe Soul Cafe is on the top floor of Westpac building. Go in the side entrance in Watts Street. Take2291
SaturdayCessnock Steps Group 06.00 pmStepsSalvation Army HallCNR HALL and CUMBERLAND ST - CessnockOn CUMBERLAND ST2325
SaturdayCardiff Spiritual Concept Group7.00 PMSpiritual ConceptMacquarie Life Church HallCorner Macquarie Wentworth Roadsrear right side behind the Church Building2285
SaturdaySingleton Group07.00 pmIDCommunity Centre21 Mary St - Singleton2330
SaturdayToronto Group07.00 pm11th Step MeetingUniting Church HallCnr The Boulevarde and Cary St - TorontoEnter car park off The Boulevarde2283
SaturdayAnna Bay BB Group7.30 PMBig Book / Step StudyPresbyterian Church43 Gan Gan Road300 metres on the left2316
SaturdayMayfield - Coasters Group08.00 pmIDMaycare Community Centre88 Hanbury St - Mayfield2304

AA Meetings Explanation

Open Meetings: Open to alcoholics and non-alcoholic. (Attendance at an A.A. meeting is the best way to learn what A.A. is, what it does, and what it does not do.) All Meeting are Open unless they have a (Closed) after Meeting Name

ID Meetings: At ID meetings, A.A. members tell their stories. They describe their experiences with alcohol, how they came to A.A., and how their lives have changed for the better as a result of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Closed Meetings: Are only available to people with drinking problems

Steps or Big Book Meetings: (Big Book - Nickname for the book Alcoholics Anonymous our basic text that shows us how to do the 12 steps) discussion of one of the Twelve Steps or a reading from the Big Book.

Topic Meetings: We read a topic from one of our conference approved books and then discuss that reading.