Welcome to the website of Hobart Malayali Association (HMA). It is a platform for the local Keralite community, who have migrated from South India, to showcase its rich and vibrant culture in Tasmania HMA is a non-profit community and cultural organisation. It is a voluntary organization committed to the growth and togetherness of it’s members and provides assistance to new immigrants. As a Malayali in Tasmania, you will find a schedule of our cultural and sporting events in addition to other relevant information in our web pages. We will strive to provide updates on matters that are of interest to the Malayalee community in Hobart and also to those who are planning to visit or migrate to the state.
Hi Everyone, As we all know due to the ongoing Covid - 19 crisis, we are going through some of the toughest times in our lives. HMA has decided to support our community members at this time of need. Our generosity means a lot right now, even a small donation can make a huge impact. If anyone is able to help it will be much appreciated, please send through your contribution to the details mentioned below.
Acc Name of Association: HOBART MALAYALI ASSOCIATION (HMA) INC. BSB : 067100 Acc No : 10315774
Grocery vouchers are available to support our fellow brethren. Monetary assistance will be given in critical conditions. Anyone looking for help is encouraged to contact us.
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You can find more information about upcoming HMA events here
There are no upcoming HMA events.
Hobart Malayali Association is governed by the Committee of Management. The Committee of Management consists of 9 members. Amongst the Committee members, a president, secretary and treasurer are selected.
You can find more information about HMA News here
** Donated $1500 towards Kerala flood relief 2019.
** Donated $750 towards QLD bushfire.
** Donated $750 towards NSW bushfire.
** Donated $20000 towards Kerala flood relief 2018.
** Provides a platform for people to donate for distressed Malayalis.
** Helps new Malayalis in the transition process while moving to Hobart.
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We are visiting Tim and Caroline . We attended the Onam 2017 at the Polish Club. It showed the fervor of Malayalis to celebrate Onam in a true fashion where ever they are. Enjoyed the sadhya which showed the collective efforts to make the items which filled the hearts and stomach. Wishing all the best in the future activities