What is WAYPAA?

Western Australian Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous is a service committee made up of AA members with under 10 years of sobriety. We host a number of fundraising events for members and their families throughout the year to raise money to put on our annual AA Convention.

WAYPAA’s Statement of Intent

WAYPAA exists to bring experience, strength, hope and the message of recovery for all those that suffer from Alcoholism. We celebrate and encourage unity and fellowship for young people across Western Australia.

Our aim is to host an annual AA convention and to show how sobriety and service are fun and fulfilling!

If you’re an AA member under 10 years of sobriety in the Perth area and would like to get involved in some service, you can go to the Contact Us section on this website and submit your interest.

What’s up next?

Our most recent event, 80’s themed Trivia Night, was a great success!

If you missed out on the Trivia Night or you were there and you’re buzzing for the next event, WAYPAA is hosting a Fun Run at Lake Monger on Sunday 17th October.

With a distance of 3.5km around the lake, you can skip, walk, hop or run the distance!

We will also be having a BBQ with post-run fellowship followed by a gratitude meeting.

This event is open to AA members, their friends and families.

So bring your soccer ball or camping cricket gear and have a fun day out for the whole family!

2021 Convention – The Road to Happy Destiny

Tickets are now available for WAYPAA’s 2021 AA convention, The Road to Happy Destiny.

To register and purchase your convention ticket, click here or click on the Upcoming Events page at the top of this page.