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Be inspired, belong to a group of likeminded friends. Give back to the community and enrich the lives of others.

The Order of the Eastern Star Australia is one of the largest worldwide organisations of people with shared beliefs and moral values. We are committed to sharing, learning and community service. We enrich our lives by helping the community and each other. We believe there is a higher purpose for all of us, for all of humanity.

We are a friendly, welcoming and positive organisation. We believe in helping others, being passionate about what we do and most importantly, having fun.

News

\nOur  website is fast approaching its third birthday!  It was time to revise some of the layout of the websi...
\nOn Friday 22nd March 2019 Sister Norah Mitchell and Brother Raymond McIntosh accompanied by Mr Brian Willis r...
\nOn Tuesday 5th February Malvern Chapter celebrated the 70th Anniversary of membership in the Order.   The w...
\nGood news for the OES In Queensland.\nThe OES Hall at Buranda, now Woolloongabba is to remain in the Order\'s h...
\nSydney District has made another donation to Careflight for a second year in a row.  This time $2,500 and al...
\nWorthy Matron Sister Joyce Leigh of Carnation Applecross Chapter No 84 Western Australia Presented a cheque ...
\nBeenleigh Chapter No 199 celebrated their 40th birthday Installation on Saturday 16 February.  The Chapter w...
\nThe Canberra region masonic fraternity is arranging a promotional seminar for all associated orders of Freema...
\nThe 17th Biennial Session will be held 5th to 8th June 2019 in Adelaide, South Australia.\nBrochures and regi...
\nAn initiative under the UGCA Strategic Plan was to work out the best way to preserve the History of the Order...

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Testimonials

  • It is a family bond. They are my sisters and brothers. My husband would say to me after a Chapter meeting - you had a great time didn’t you? He could see it in me. I look around in every other chapter and I see longevity in life. There are members in their 90s who are mentally, socially and spiritually active. They have a purpose which promotes a healthy body and mind.

    Christine, NSW
  • Order of the Eastern Star is all about friendships, family and the community.

    Danielle, NSW
  • I've made life-long friends. They are my second family.

    Alice, NSW