The Australia-DPRK Friendship & Cultural Society is made up of members all across Australia who belong to branches located in or near their home state.  Corresponding via social media and email, members are kept informed of the Society's activities and events as well as correspondence from our sister organisation in Pyongyang and other worldwide friendship associations.  Annual meetings are held in each branch state as well as a National Conference once a year.



The Society is a member of many international groups which are actively working towards a peaceful reunification on the Korean Peninsular.  As such, they attend meetings in many parts of the world representing Australia and the Oceania region.


Delegations from Australia and New Zealand regularly visit the DPRK for international conferences and major celebrations.  On many of these occasions, we allow small groups of guests to join us and experience the real DPRK, its people and personality.  The profits from these groups are directed entirely into our humanitarian projects including schools and farms near the capital, Pyongyang.


We host official delegations from the DPRK, sponsor exhibits and provide a contact point for those wishing to visit the DPRK.