Formally established in 1987, VCA Vic is a not-for-profit organisation representing Vietnamese Australians residing in the state of Victoria. 

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To promote and preserve Vietnamese cultural heritage and identity by empowering Vietnamese Australians to:

  • Actively participate in all aspects of the Australian society,

  • Stand proud of our Vietnamese heritage,

  • Focus on the social support services where service delivery gaps exist in mainstream services, in particular the aged, family, women's services and people with disability, and

  • Assist in the human rights development in Vietnam and other parts of the world.


We run a number of festivals, events and initiatives throughout the year and we are always looking for energetic new faces to join our community.

You can volunteer with VCA Vic by assisting with the delivery of some of our community initiatives and services or volunteer at an upcoming event.

If you would like to volunteer or partner with us, contact our office during office hours on (03) 9689 8515 or email us at 

After the end of the Vietnam War, with tens, even hundreds of thousands of people fleeing from Indo-China, procedures were put in place that did work.

This resulted, so far as Australia is concerned, in a dynamic Vietnamese Australian community, energetic, innovative and contributing enormously to the culture and development of this nation.
— Former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser