Vivian Farquharson, a long-time serving committee member, passed away this morning the 21st of December. The Funeral will be held on Wednesday the 23rd of December at
Sacred Heart Church
9 Ropes Creek Road
South Mount Druitt 2770.

Viewing 10am in church
Mass 10.30am
Can everyone please bring your mask along.
Any further enquires, please contact Melroy on 0411312835.

Welcome to AIANSW

Community members who share our social and cultural interests (refer President’s Report) are warmly welcomed to join the Association. To do so, please visit our Membership page or contact an Executive Committee member.


Please read the letter sent to all members regarding the events planned for 2020.


The concept of an Anglo-Indian Association originated in 1995 when a group of Anglo Indians established a Steering Committee.  Their purpose was to develop a framework which would give rise to creation of an Anglo Indian Association of NSW (AIANSW) which would represent interests of the Anglo Indian Community, principally in NSW but also with a view to assisting Anglo Indians in need elsewhere. Accordingly, the AIANSW was incorporated on October 20 1995 to preserve and perpetuate Anglo Indian culture.


Through its operations, the AIANSW will promote and project aspects of Anglo Indian culture and heritage that engender Anglo Indian community pride in its ancestry and history.

Our Mission and Objectives

  • To provide social, sporting, cultural and recreational activities for members and their guests;
  • To provide and engage in activities that offer financial or welfare assistance to people in and outside Australia;
  • To develop, cooperate, maintain close links and/or affiliate with any other associations in NSW whose aims and
    objectives are consistent with those of the Association.