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LINKS FOR AUSSIES OVERSEAS
suggest an expat site
ANZAS is registered in
Washington State as a nonprofit organization representing the
interests of expatriate Australians and New Zealanders living in the
Pacific Northwest and the many Americans who have interest in
Australian and/or New Zealand sports, art, culture, business,
politics, and/or trade. You can expect to find information about
the activities of ANZAS in the Seattle area and
regularly updated news from New Zealand and Australia.
ANZAS is affiliated with the Australia New Zealand American Chambers of Commerce, ANZACC. Additionally, ANZAS has established valuable ties with the New Zealand and Australian governments. These important ties provide ANZAS with governmental, business, cultural, trade and tourist information relating to Australia and New Zealand.
|Australians Abroad was founded in
1996 to provide a centralised resource for Australians living
overseas. The site has 7,150 registered members from 114 countries.
Australians Abroad is registered as a business in the state of New
Australians Abroad is owned and administered by Kate Juliff and running expenses are defrayed by sponsors and paid members (193). Any profit is taxed in the US and put aside, for those times that sponsorship does not cover running expenses. There are no paid employees. Some consulting payments are made from time to time for specialised services.
Originally appearing as
australiansabroad.com it now operates as coolabah.com
|Mates Up-Over is primarily for
Australian expats in living in America. Includes discussion boards,
recipes, tools and information about Australia.
Operated by Rose Jorgensen, the site operates out of Florida.
|Expat site (as the name clearly
indicates) offering message boards and information on Australia
The Southern Cross Group is an international volunteer-run and independently funded advocacy and support organisation for the Australian Diaspora. It was founded in January 2000 at a "town hall" style meeting held in Brussels, Belgium, attended by some 35 local Australians. Those present at the founding meeting were of the view that there was a need for an advocacy organisation which could actively focus on and work for changes to law and policy that negatively impacted or disadvantaged those in the Diaspora.
Were very active in the legislation which promoted dual citizenship rights for expats.
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