Alliance Française de Canberra

The Alliance Française de Canberra is a non-profit ACT association and a registered charity which promotes the French language and cultural exchange in Canberra.

The Alliance Française was created in Paris in 1883 by intellectuals and scientists such as Louis Pasteur, Jules Verne or Ferdinand de Lesseps. The Canberra branch was formed in 1943 and became a teaching center in 1950. At the Alliance qualified native speakers trained in the latest teaching methods will teach you to communicate in practical, modern French. We offer group or private courses at all levels for adults, high school and university students and children. We can arrange a regular or an intensive course for you.

Our cultural events and activities include music, art exhibitions, open days and cafe style discussions on science, history, literature and the regions of France. Each year the Alliance Française French Film Festival showcases around forty new and classic French films to a growing Canberra audience.

 66 McCaughey Street Turner A.C.T.  | Map
 Telephone: 02 6247 5027

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