Founded in 1905, the Scottish Gaelic Society of Victoria aims to promote and celebrate Scottish Gaelic culture through music and language.

Members can to attend ceilidhs, language classes, choir practice and receive the Society newsletter.

The Scottish Gaelic language, music and culture are alive and growing in popularity both in their Scottish homeland and around the world.

The Scottish Gaelic Society of Victoria is a non-profit organisation of members who are enthusiastic about keeping the Gaelic language alive.

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AR CANAIN (Our language)

Scottish Gaelic belongs to the Celtic language family and is closely related to Irish Gaelic and Manx. Our society has language lessons from beginner to advanced from 7pm on Wednesdays.