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  • 05 Mar 2014 11:55 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Bay Area Touch Rugby is looking for guys and girls to join our touch rugby group for pick up games Wednesday nights at 6pm and Sunday's at 11am in the Presidio (Anza and Sheridan). We also send competitive teams to tournaments throughout the year as well as to the USA Nationals Tournament which is October 2014 in Orlando, FL.

  • 22 Apr 2013 4:44 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    What a fabulous in the Presidio for our annual ANZAC Service & BBQ.... we had one major issue- running out of beer and white wine! We will blame it on the San Francisco sunshine!

    We were delighted to have officials from the Royal Australian Navy, Australian Army, Government officials from Australia, New Zealand and Turkey. Many ex-servicemen were in attendance and expat families came out to honor our diggers. Over 200 guests enjoyed the BBQ of lamb and NZ sausages - lets not forget the ANZAC cookies.

    More photo's online on our facebook page.
  • 17 Apr 2013 8:09 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS EXPO & NETWORKING EVENT

    Thank you to our Exhibitors 
    Participating Organizations

    Australian American Chamber of Commerce, British American Business Council, Business Association Italy America, French American Chamber of Commerce, German American Business Association, Turkish American Business Connection, South African Association of Business Communities, California-Spain Chamber of Commerce, Cal-Asia Business Council, Swedish American Chamber of Commerce, BayBrazil, Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce, BAMM (Bay Area Mobility Management)

  • 23 Apr 2012 1:38 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)


    We were delighted to host the ANZAC Service & BBQ with the New Zealand, British and Turkish communities on April 22nd at the Log Cabin at the Presidio, SF. The gathering was joined by the 23rd Marine Corp Color Guard and Australian and Turkey servicemen from the Post Graduate Academy in Monterey. Thank you to the Australian, New Zealand, Turkish and British Consul Generals for attending and for the support of the annual event. Guests wore Poppies and rosemary in memory of our diggers - 

    A big game of Two Up followed the BBQ.

    Thanks Atkins Meats for supplying the Lamb Chops!
  • 01 Feb 2012 9:20 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Watch this great video of the event...

  • 27 Oct 2011 12:32 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    HENRY KARNILOWICZ: Bring back an old Geelong icon,
    let's .... Tram it again
    10Jan08
    FOR Christmas I came to visit my family and friends in
    Geelong. I recalled the vibrant Geelong of the 1950s with
    trams, a bustling city centre with stores like Coles and
    Woolworths, movie theatres, an ice-skating rink, milk bars,
    the Tien Wah restaurant on Malop St and a kaleidoscope of
    other shops.
    Among its icons was the GPO on the corner of Gheringhap and
    Ryrie, the beautifully landscaped Gheringhap St roundabout
    with the lovely fountain, opposite Johnstone Park, and the T&G
    building to whose clock I could set my watch and look up and
    marvel at the two mechanical characters clanging the bells on
    the hour and half-hour.
    Now, in what seems to be a myopic rush, Westfield has
    invaded Geelong and is expanding into the heritage buildings
    on the waterfront while the rest of the city is decaying and
    turning into a no-man's land with $2 stores, cash checking
    places and vacant shops.
    On the waterfront, Cunningham Pier has had a rather bizarre
    makeover, more suitable for the desert than the bay, and just
    one restaurant. It has so much potential, where there ought to
    be a variety of shops and restaurants, and access only by foot
    traffic, akin to the very popular and successful Pier 39 in San
    Francisco.
    How refreshing it was to visit placid and charming
    Bannockburn, lovely Drysdale and the booming coastal towns
    of Point Lonsdale, Torquay and Barwon Heads.
    With much of the manufacturing industry having evaporated,
    the one other source of income is tourism, particularly because
    of Geelong's location with stunning beaches and numerous
    wineries within a half hour drive from the city centre.
    Living in San Francisco, where just a few months ago another
    tram line was added to the city wide system, I can attest that
    returning trams to Geelong would bring colour, create an
    attraction for tourists and a better source for public
    transportation, and provide better access to such places as
    Eastern Beach and Cunningham Pier. No doubt though there
    are people with vision in Geelong who will restore the sparkle to this gem of a city.
    Henry Karnilowicz lives in San Francisco.
  • 01 Oct 2011 3:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Over 300 people packed into Harrington's Bar & Grill for the AFL Grand Final. Great night! Thanks to ours sponsors - V Australia, GGAFL and Boags beer
    .afl1afl2
  • 28 Aug 2011 12:57 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    The Aussies win against the Brits in the last over of the game. A great sunny day out in Larkspur for our annual Cricket match. About 250 people turned up to see the Aussies take back the Opal Cup. Thanks our sponsors: Treasury Wine Estates, Boags Beer, Twin Cities Market & Deli and VAustralia.Aussies winning the Clashes for the Ashes

The AACC is a not for Profit 501(c) 6 Chamber organization. Fed ID Number 94-2796045

Contact us at chamber@sfaussies.com or 415 485 6718

PO Box 471285 SF CA 94147


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