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As the name denotes, Sister Cities Australia Inc. (SCA) is an association of cities, towns, shires, ports and even states that have a Sister City relationship. It keeps a register of all Australian affiliations, of which it is aware, and welcomes additions to the listing.
SCA also takes a role in matching cities and towns in Australia with cities and towns both from overseas and within Australia seeking a Sister City relationship. SCA is also the link between an Australian sister city or town and the many projects and ideas that have been experienced here and abroad. Many cities, municipalities and shires in Australia have at least one sister city relationship with a city or town overseas, or within Australia, with many having multiple affiliations
The objective of SCA is to provide an umbrella of support and to promote these affiliations. SCA also aims to provide a forum for cultural, economic and educational interchange between communities and to encourage friendship, co-operation and understanding to improve peaceful co-existence worldwide.
To update the Register of Affiliations could all Councils please provide information on their current and active sister city/friendship relationships by email to Caisley Graham. Details will be made available to financial members on request to Caisley Graham.
It is with great pleasure that the President Mr Bill Wilson invites all financial members to join with the Executive of the association in Mildura, regional Victoria, for the 2107 SCA Annual General Meeting on Friday 8 December in the Benetook Room at the Alfred Deakin Centre, 180 Deakin Avenue, Mildura (cnr 12th Street) commencing at 1.30pm. The proceedings on the day will include a Forum/Workshop prior to the meeting commencing at 11:00am, however you are more than welcome to arrive any time from 10:00am and share a tea or coffee with your Executive. There will be a special guest speaker and a complimentary lunch provided so please be part of this important occasion.