Welcome to the AANSW

The AANSW is a non-profit organisation whose
aim is to promote, inform, and further people’s
interest in Astrology in NSW.

We are a group of people with like-minded
interests who have come together to encourage
co-operation and contact between astrologers.

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Members meet on the 2nd Saturday of every month, except January. We have guest speakers and afternoon tea.

Meetings are held at the Drummoyne Community Centre which is located at 10 Cometrowe St, Drummoyne.

Visitors are always welcome!

Membership

Becoming a member of the AANSW offers many benefits.

Browse to the Membership page to find out more!

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About the AANSW

The Astrology Association of NSW Inc is an incorporated not for profit association that aims to encourage co-operation and contact between astrologers. To further this aim the AANSW arranges seminars, meetings, conferences and other activities to enable discussion of issues in astrology. AANSW has held its first virtual meeting allowing country members to join in and hope to host more in 2017.

The AANSW is a member of the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc and adopts the Code of Ethics promulgated by the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc.

AANSW members enjoy the benefits of meetings with a monthly speaker, discussion time (Astro Chat) and being part of a group that shares an interest in astrology. To become a member all that is needed is an interest in astrology.

The Astrology Association of NSW Inc:

  • Promotes co-operation and contact between astrologers
  • Is a member association of the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc.
  • Arranges seminars, meetings, conferences and other activities to enable discussion of issues in astrology
  • Adheres to the Code of Ethics promulgated by the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc.
  • Engages in such other conduct as the Association considers desirable in order to enhance the image of Astrology and to encourage the highest standard of ethical conduct by astrologers

FAA Conference 2018

The 22nd International FAA astrology conference will be a memorable journey into participating in the transition and transformation of our tradition. This conference is dedicated to honouring the divisions in our tradition, not as separations or splits, but as representative of the diversity and breadth of astrological application and its unified capacity for marking out the human condition.

The intention of the conference is to create a learning environment to support an intelligent synthesis of past and present philosophies, procedures and practice.

The 2018 FAA Conference venue is International House (click to see on Google Maps) which is located on Royal Parade in Parkville, approximately two kilometres north of Melbourne’s CDB and a 15 minute walk from the University of Melbourne’s Parkville campus.

We welcome you to the 22nd International FAA Astrology Conference and look forward to hosting and participating in what promises to be a spectacular and memorable gathering of our astrological clan.

Hurry, don’t miss your chance to attend the Conference.  Final Early Bird: 3rd December 2017

2018 FAA Astrology Conference Barb Thorp Brian Clark

Barbara Thorp and Brian Clark, Conference Conveners

Website: http://www.faainc.org.au/faa-conference-2018/

Next AANSW Meeting

Members meet on the 2nd Saturday of every month (except Jan)

Date: Saturday 9th December
Guest Speaker: Julia & Derek Parker

Topic: “The Zodiac Sings”
Link: Monthly Meeting

VENUE:
Drummoyne Community Centre
10 Cometrowe Street, Drummoyne

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TIME: 1.15pm – 4:30pm

Members: $10
Concession: $7
Visitors: $15

Includes afternoon tea

Visitors are always welcome!

Incorporation chart

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AANSW incorporated

AANSW Name Change

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