What is ANZA Korea?
The Australia and New Zealand Association, Korea (ANZA Korea) is an international, 100% volunteer based, non-profit association that supports expatriates, and Koreans with an interest in Australia and New Zealand.
In addition to making life easier and more fun for our members, we are committed to giving generously to the local community in which we live and work. ANZA Korea is actively involved with Korean charities and supports overseas efforts.
For more information about our Korean charities, please click here.
What Can ANZA Korea Do For You?
ANZA Korea is a relaxed, social organisation that provides networking opportunities and shares information to make life in Seoul easier and more enjoyable. We also offer member discounts and we raise money for worthy causes.
ANZA Korea Membership is open to men and women from every nationality and background. One Annual membership is a flat rate of 50,000 KRW, and covers the whole family. Membership provides for discount entry into our events and access to ANZA Korea special offers for the whole family.
Ready to become a member? It’s a simple sign-up process.
ANZA BRIEF HISTORY
ANZA, an international entity was founded, and exists in several countries around the world.
ANZA Korea evolved from Aussie Connections, a group founded by Rachel Miller, wife of the then Australian Ambassador, Geoff Miller.
Aussie Connections joined with a New Zealand organisation to become The Australian and New Zealand Association, Korea.
Today ANZA Korea continues in Aussie Connection’s footsteps, and hosts a number of key social functions to raise money for Korean charities and international emergency relief efforts.
ANZA Korea is proud and honoured to have the following patrons