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What is Anonymous Australia?

Anonymous Australia is a network of activists, hackers, environmentalists and whistle blowers and others from all walks of life, who choose to identify themselves as ‘Anons’. Over the years Anonymous Australia has grown into, and become more organised as a movement of truth and social justice. Anonymous has no strictly defined philosophy and internal debate is a regular feature of the online community. The vast majority of the network have always tried to promote the importance of internet freedom, freedom of association, human rights, independence and social justice. Anonymous Australia is a direct decedent from the international Anonymous network, which also has its roots in the occupy movement and online social forums, however the dynamics of the Anonymous network in Australia has shifted, more so into social activism and other human rights concerns related to politics and environmental protection.

There are no leaders or any memberships, you become a part when you actually get involved. There is no religious bias, political bias, corporate sponsorship or any form of censorship. The importance of free speech and freedom of thought is something that runs deeply within the core values of Anonymous. Any costs associated with projects or events are always raised internally, transparently and honestly. Anonymous Australia do what they do because they can, not because of any financial motivation. The importance of community development and the right to self determination is also one of the motivations behind the Anonymous community. There have been times where Anonymous have been met with bad press, internal conflicts and even infiltration. Always be careful who you trust, as not everyone who claims to be an Anon share the core values. If you have no other motivation for being here than the benefit of mankind, then you are in the right place!

“Anyone can be Anonymous, but not everyone is an Anon”


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Perth Anons protest governmental entitlements – photo by ‘John Doe’

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Photo by ‘Jpeg’ – 2014 Brisbane

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Million Mask March in Melbourne – 2016

Evaluations of the group’s actions and effectiveness vary widely. Supporters have called the group “freedom fighters” and digital Robin Hoods, while critics have described them as “cyber terrorists”. In 2012, ‘Time Magazine’ called Anonymous one of the “100 most influential people” in the world.
Broadly speaking, Anons oppose internet censorship and control, and the majority of their actions target governments, organizations, and corporations that they accuse of censorship. Anons were early supporters of the global Occupy movement, However since 2008, a frequent subject of disagreement within Anonymous is whether members should focus on pranking and entertainment or more serious (and in some cases political) activism.

How can you be a part of Anonymous Australia?

If you would like to get involved and network with others, get access to real breaking news and leaks as they occur, have your say in regards to the direction of Anonymous Australia, then we suggest you and any of your friends and family who may be interested, get involved. We have provided a list below of some of the trusted and affiliated Anonymous Australia Networks.

Upcoming protests & event

Active anons can be found at almost every major city throughout Australia, one of the easiest ways to meet and network with other anons is to participate in the protests, projects and community events that come up from time to time. While we do provide information regarding such events, we are not the only source for this information. Facebook events and Twitter feeds are also a good place to scout for relevant events.

Upcoming Events – Click Here



The Australian based Facebook Network is possibly the most actively used network for Anonymous Australia there is. It is set up for the purpose of community development, REAL news, networking, Research, event coordinating, discussions, Organizing, debate, lulz, etc. While you shouldn’t expect to see too much in terms of hacktivism happening here, it is certainly a great place to start networking with and meeting other Australian Anons and activists. It is also the easiest way to stay up to date with upcoming events, operations and protests.

Anonymous Australia Facebook Group

Anonymous Capital Territory Facebook

Anonymous Queensland Facebook Group

Anonymous New South Wales Facebook Group

Anonymous Perth WA Facebook group

Anonymous Gladstone QLD

#OpNewBlood Facebook Group

#OpIsrael Australia

#OpNestle Facebook Group

Anonymous Eco-Activists Australia

Anon Ops IRC

AnonOps (Anonymous Operations) IRC is an international communication platform frequented by Anonymous and other activists. You can join their network using your own IRC client or their webchat. If you are new to this, then check out the 2 links below, both tutorials are provided by the ‘AnonOps Team’. If you have any questions or concerns regarding AnonOps IRC services, you should visit the website and check out the FAQ section.

Click here – To Join the AnonOps IRC network.

Google Communities

The ‘Anonymous Australia’ community is only in its early stages, activity is increasing slowly. If you would like to be a part of something new come join the community discussion. Google Communities are very much like Facebook groups, however the google community seems to offer more in terms of privacy, exposure and lenience.

Click here – For the Google Community