The Story Of our Darbe-Mehr
The Australian Zoroastrian Association of New South Wales had its humble beginnings in the early 1970s when there were only a small number of Zoroastrians in Sydney; estimated to be less than 40.
The Australian Zoroastrian Association (AZA) of NSW was registered in Sydney under the Charitable Collections Act on 1st September 1971. At that time Zoroastrian families settled in Sydney met occasionally at each other’s houses for dinners. Individual family homes were used for social functions and committee meetings. The Association started its first newsletter in 1975. The first recorded discussion of a Sunday school is in a Newsletter dated 1 December 1976.