There are many societies and associations interested in the Middle Ages in Australia, of which the following are a selection.
Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies Inc (ANZAMEMS) .
ANZAMEMS is the largest association of medievalists in Australia and welcomes students and scholars from both Australia and New Zealand. ANZAMEMS hosts an international conference every 18 months, and publishes an internationally peer-reviewed journal, Parergon (see Journals and series).
Australian Association for Byzantine Studies (AABS).
L’AABS welcomes all scholars and students with an interest in Byzantine studies. The association organises a biennial international colloquium, and publishes several series of monographs (see Journals and series).
Australian and New Zealand Shakespeare Association (ANZSA).
Dedicated to the research of William Shakespeare, his life, his work, and his times, ANZSA comprises members from Australia and New Zealand. The association supports a series of publications (see Journals and series) and hosts a biennial conference.
Australian Early Medieval Association (AEMA).
Targeted towards scholars and students interested in the early medieval period, AEMA organises an annual conference, and publishes monographs as well as a regular journal (see Journals and series).
Bibliographical Association of Australia and New Zealand (BSANZ).
BSANZ is dedicated to the research of and into manuscripts and book culture. The association organises regular colloquia and publishes a news bulletin.
Perth Medieval and Renaissance Group (PMRG).
The PMRG comprises professional scholars and students, as well as members of the public with an interest in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The group runs a fortnightly seminar program with national and international speakers, and hosts an annual conference. In addition, the PMRG publishes a news bulletin for its members.
Richard III Society (Victoria) et Richard III Society (Western Australia).
This society is dedicated to the life and times of the English king Richard III (1452-1485). Its members include professional scholars, students, and members of the public. (See also Sociétés in the section Angleterre médiévale).