Useful Links

Links to help you find more information and support

We are a group of friendly and supportive people who regularly get together to help each other stop drinking. Meetings are completely free and are offered all over the world in your local area. We offer meetings every day, either one-on-one or in groups. You can find out more on this website and through the links below. Please contact us if you can’t find the information you are looking for.

We have set up this website to make it easy for you to find help and support. Remember, you are not alone!

Send us a message (no matter where you are in the world) and we will do our best to help you start your journey to stop drinking.


Meetings in Ipswich

Click here for meetings in Ipswich.

Central Services Office Brisbane

See here to go to the Central Services Office Brisbane website and find additional meetings across Brisbane, QLD.

Alcoholics Anonymous Australia

The website for Australia Alcoholics Anonymous. Find additonal meetings across Australia.

The Twelve Steps

Read The Twelve Steps here.

The Twelve Traditions

Read The Twelve Traditions here.

Purchasing Books

Brisbane Central Services Office Shop

Click here to visit the Brisbane Central Services Office Shop.


Young Alcoholics - 25 years and under

Alcoholism can hit anyone: young & old

Young successful people can ruin their lives with alcohol too


Living Sober

Living Sober is an extremely informative book which does not offer a plan for getting sober but does offer us sound advice about how to stay sober

As Bill Sees It

A reader comprising selections from the writings of Bill Wilson.

The Big Big Book

Originally published in 1939, this is the “book of experience” from which Alcoholics Anonymous derived its name. It contains an analysis of the principles which led to the sobriety of the earliest members, together with a representative cross section of members’ personal stories. The Second Edition in 1955 added new personal-experience material, but retained the opening, explanatory chapters, unchanged.

Dr. Bob and The Good Oldtimers

Published in 1980, this biography of AA’s co-founder also includes pioneer members’ recollections of early AA in the Midwest.

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