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Slovak and Czech expat organisations in Australia

Association of Australian Slovaks in Sydney; ivanmaria@bigpond.comAssociation of Australian Slovaks Queensland; vatra@primus.com.auAustralian Slovak Information Centre; mmarkus@ozemail.com.auAustralian Slovaks’ Association in Victoria; www.asav.org.auBeseda in Canberra Czechoslovak Club in Queensland Czech and Slovak Association of Tasmania Slovak Association in WA; slovak_wa@hotmail.comSlovak Club of South Australia: with the Club of Slovak Youth and Slovaks in AdelaideSlovak Community Slovak Lutheran Congregation “Christ the Lord” Slovak Social Club of Ľudovít Štúr; john_horesh@hotmail.comSokol in Sydney; www.sokolsydney.com

Association of Australian Slovaks in Sydney; ivanmaria@bigpond.com
Association of Australian Slovaks Queensland; vatra@primus.com.au
Australian Slovak Information Centre; mmarkus@ozemail.com.au
Australian Slovaks’ Association in Victoria; www.asav.org.au
Beseda in Canberra
Czechoslovak Club in Queensland Czech and Slovak Association of Tasmania Slovak Association in WA; slovak_wa@hotmail.com
Slovak Club of South Australia: with the Club of Slovak Youth and Slovaks in Adelaide
Slovak Community Slovak Lutheran Congregation “Christ the Lord” Slovak Social Club of Ľudovít Štúr; john_horesh@hotmail.com
Sokol in Sydney; www.sokolsydney.com

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