Branches of the Society in Australia rank among the oldest in the world. Melbourne for example can boast of a Society of St George from as early as 1848
The Branches in Queensland are unique in the Society on account of being governed by a State Council.
These branches separately and mutually agreed to unite under a State Council in 1908. The State Council has an executive role which makes the rules and regulations and is bound by its constituion which is approved by the parent body in England.
Join the Royal Society of St. George!
Membership of the Society is open to all people who share our love of England and Englishness.
We accept into our ranks – indeed we welcome – people of nationalities other than English, if they support our aims. A particular welcome is given to Australians of English parentage.
We encourage any enquiries on the formation of new branches in Australia and are pleased to assist. Contact Paul Munson – State President of the Royal Society of St George in Queensland.