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quote from Bill W

The AA Traditions are neither rules, regulations, nor laws.

We obey them willingly because we ought to and because we want to.

Perhaps the secret of their power lies in the fact that these life-giving communications spring out of living experience and are rooted in love.


The AA Groups in the South and Eastern parts of
Melbourne, Gippsland and the Victorian Peninsula make
up Alcoholics Anonymous Area C in the Southern Region
of Australia.

From the Inner City Suburbs of Albert Park and South
Yarra, to Templestowe, Ringwood, Dandenong and
Frankston - from Mallacoota to San Remo and down to
Sorrento, Area C spans over 160 AA Groups.
An Area within AA is the means by which your Group is
connected to AA as a whole, and therefore to all other

If a GSR attends regular assemblies you get to have a say
in the larger AA structure, Statewide, Nationally and world
wide when necessary.

What is an Area

All groups have a voice at the National group conscience of Alcoholics Anonymous in Australia. This is through their Area, which sends a delgate each year to the National Conference in Sydney.

The Southern region of AA has five areas - Victoria has four : Areas A, B, C (us) and D, and Tasmania is the fifth and final area for the Southern Region.

Tradition Five—
Each group has but one
primary purpose—to
carry its message to the
alcoholic who still

AA Area C - Southern Region P.O. Box 2420 Mount Waverley Vic 3149 Email: