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Australians in Thailand (AIT)

The (AIT) organisation was founded in 1996 to help form an Australian expat community in Thailand. The organisation has grown significantly over the years by helping expats get in contact with each other and providing entertainment for it's members. AIT also provides a social platform for people who live in Thailand and have - or would like to have - a connection with Australia.




  Australian-New Zealand Women's Group Bangkok (ANZWG)

For over 50 years, ANZWG has been an active organisation run by expatriate women living in Thailand. ANZWG's main aim is to promote friendship between its members and to encourage them to support each other during their stay in Thailand. The tight bonds and friendships that have been created through the help of the organisation are an integral part of the lives of many expatriate women. 




  Australian Studies Centre (ASC), Thammasat University

The ASC was set up to encourage a strong link between Thailand and Australia based on research and education. The ASC's main goals are to educate Thai students and to conduct research about Australia; to provide a range of services that give the Thai community information about Australia; and to foster a spirit of collaboration through research and knowledge sharing that is beneficial for both Thailand and Australia.




  Thai-Australian Technological Services Center (TATSC)

TATSC was established in 1983 to promote human resource development in the fields of Science, Technology, Language and Culture in Thailand and Australia. The Association currently has a list of approximately 1,200 people.




  Australia Thailand Business Council (ATBC)

The ATBC is the go-to body for access, insight and advocacy on Australian-Thai business. The Council works to build strong links between the Australian and Thai private sectors. It also develops mutually beneficial relationships with the respective governments and works closely with AustCham Thailand. 




  Australia - Thailand Institute (ATI)

The ATI was established in 2005 to promote bilateral relations between Australia and Thailand, and to expand institutional and people-to-people links. The Institute advises the Australian Government, through the Minister for Foreign Affairs, on broadening and deepening the relationship between Australia and Thailand. It also undertakes and supports programs that strengthen next generation links between Australia and Thailand.

Australian Business in Asia

Australian Business Asia (ABA) represents a group of 16 Australian Chambers of Commerce and Business Councils throughout Asia. ABA's mission is to provide a collective voice for Australian business operating in the region. 



China-Australia Chamber of Commerce
(AustCham Beijing)

Australian Business Association of Cambodia

AustCham Fujian

Australian Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong and Macau
(AustCham Hong Kong & Macau)

Indonesia Australia Business Council

Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan

Australian Chamber of Commerce in Korea
(AustCham Korea)

Australia New Zealand Business Association in Laos

Malaysia Australia Business Council

Australian New Zealand Chamber of Commerce, Philippines

Australian Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai
(AustCham Shanghai)

Australian Chamber of Commerce  in Singapore
(AustCham Singapore)

Australian Chamber of Commerce - South China
(AustCham South China)

Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Taipei
(ANZCham Taipei)

Australian Chamber of Commerce, Vietnam
(AusCham Vietnam HCMC/Hanoi)

Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce

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43 South Sathorn Road   ·   Bangkok Thailand 10120

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