We are AHA. A community organisation set up by Haryanvi brothers and sisters.

WHO
WE ARE

We work with the community to provide help, opportunities and assist in assimilation.

WHAT
WE DO

We believe it is our responsibility to contribute to our community and our adopted country.

WHY
WE DO IT

By working as a team with the common goal of promoting culture brotherhood and harmony.

HOW
WE DO IT

Our Vision

Maintain culture, provide assistance and contribute to larger community

Living in a country like Australia is a privilege indeed and we are lucky to call this beautiful country home. While we fulfil our obligations and duties as responsible Indian Australians, as proud Haryanvis we also need to keep our unique culture alive, contribute to the soceity, celebrate our vibrant festivals and thrive as a community in Australia. The Association of Haryanvis in Australia (AHA) has  completed two successful years in pursuit of our goals. The journey has been rewarding and we all have a long way to go together.

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AHA - AT WORK

As Haryanvis living in Australia, we need to be there for each both in times of need as well as on occasions that call for a celebration. We have identified some key areas where the community often needs to come together to support fellow citizens.

Senior citizen support

AHA has invested in Milap - a senior citizens' centre with recreational facilities for our elders. They love spending time with fellow seniors here. Milap also serves as short-term emergency accommodation for new migrants to Australia.

NEW MIGRANT SUPPORT

New arrivals in Australia need help on several fronts - education, career, legal and more. Professionals from the AHA team are always available to guide them and provide assistance to help them settle down. Attending community festivals makes them feel at home.

STUDENT SUPPORT

Australia is home to hundreds of students from Haryana. Changes in market, immigration laws and many other factors can affect their lives. AHA offers all kinds of support to young students to help them with advice and work opportunities.

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

As Haryanvis in Australia, we are all part of the larger mainstream community and need to work toegether to face challenges such floods, drought, accidents and others. AHA is always ready to join hands with local authorities and play our part as responsible citizens.

PHAAG 2021

Sydney

By now even the locals at Stanwell Park should see it coming. Our favourite location for celebrating Holi was once again awash in colour, music and mirth on March 28, 2021 as AHA members and their families got together to splash loads of fun around. Not surprisingly, many locals couldn't resist and jumped in for a memorable experience.

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Melbourne

On the same day, 28th March 2021, Melbourne got a taste of India's most popular festival around the world!. On the lovely Sandbridge Beach, Victorian AHA families and friends painted the area red, blue, green and much more. Have a look at the magic of Phaag in Melbourne.

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Adelaide

AHA's growing family now has a home in Adelaide too. For their first AHA Holi celebrations, the Adelaide chapter selected the gorgeous Semaphore Beach and made sure everyone around got more than a glimpse of what Phaag is all about - colour, dance, food and some well earned punishment for the menfolk!

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Annual Workshop

The year 2021 saw a first-of-its-kind event where AHA members from all over the country got together to spend the Easter weekend in Mildura. Over 50 families comprising children as well as seniors drove down from Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide to participate in a 4-day workshop. Don't go by the name, it was tons of fun all the way! Every day was packed with activities, games, walks, competitions and much more. As expected, the children had a ball but the adults were not far behind. It felt like one huge family having one huge picnic. To be honest, that is exactly what the AHA Annual Workshop is meant to be. There will be a new location next year, so don't forget to sign up as soon as it is announced.

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COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Pathway for NAATI CCL Preparation

Help from qualified professionals for those pursuing a NAATI CCL certification. The right path to reach the right goals.

Workshop on Australian Driving Licence

Every teenager's goal that can prove elusive for many. But with the right advice, the road ahead became clear.

Visa Vishesh Session

This episode is presented for the Temporary visa holders including students in Australia who are facing visa related issues due to COVID-19 crisis.

National Blood Donation Drive’20 Australia

In collaboration with Australian Red Cross Lifeblood at National level in different cities of Australia, to help Red Cross, cope up with the havoc wreaked by these unprecedented times

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NEED HELP?

Association of Haryanvis in Australia (AHA) has been set up to provide help and assistance to the community in every possible way. So, if you need assistance in employment advice, legal matters, immigration cases or even academic issues, please contact your local AHA office or at details on the Contact page.

  • LEGAL ASSISTANCE
  • MIGRATION CONSULTATION
  • REAL ESTATE CONSULTATION
  • FINANCE GUIDANCE
  • CAREER COUNSELLING
  • EDUCATIONAL ADVICE
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