The ACA has branches covering all states and territories in Australia. Each branch brings a subtly different focus to its activities. This diversity means that the branches complement each other at a national level.

Branch Executive Committees include architects from different practice sizes and types guaranteeing a range of perspectives and experience. Their input is voluntary.

All branches facilitate engaging networks and opportunities for discussion and support. The committees address a wide range of business issues in architecture, which practices may not have the time or the resources to address on their own. Branches also assist individual members facing problems that could affect the whole profession.

Find out more about each branch


The ACA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters of Australia.