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Adelaide Kalamela 2016

Proudly presented by

Adelaide & Metropolitan Malayalee Association

in collaboration with

Adelaide Festival Centre

AMMA Events Some of the events organised by AMMA.

Adelaide Kalamela

Adelaide Kalamela

The showstopper of AMMA 2014, it continues to be bigger, better and stronger with each year, this year being no different.
Family fun day

Family fun day

A perfect day for AMMA family members to relax and unwind and to participate in fun games and partake traditional Kerala cuisine.


A highlight of the AMMA calendar, showcasing Kerala’s and India’s cultural heritage and diversity through group dance items, songs, various skits & vanchi pattu.


Multitude of sports & games, variety of indoor & out door events such as Badminton, Cricket, Volleyball, Soccer, Chess, Cards and range of track and field events are organised over a period of about four months
Children's Day

Children’s Day

This is one special event for our litte ones. Children’s Day is celebrated in India on 14 November, the birthday of the country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
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Kerala festival & Christmas celebrations

Celebrating with a variety of cultural programmes including carols to get everyone into the X’mas spirit.


Home start

About us Adelaide & Metropolitan Malayalee Association

Adelaide & Metropolitan Malayalee Association, popularly known as ‘AMMA’ is a non-profit community and cultural organisation, established by ‘Malayalees’ or people talk the language ‘Malayalam’ from the state of Kerala in the Indian sub-continent. It is a voluntary organization committed to the growth and togetherness of it’s members and provides assistance to new immigrants.

AMMA community has been very active in promoting and preserving the arts and culture from their state of origin as well as appreciates the arts and respects the culture of others in the society. AMMA community also shares their cultural heritage by organizing joint programs in collaboration with other Indian and non-Indian community organisations in Australia. Besides, arts and culture our community is enthusiastically engaged in various indoor and outdoor sports and games as well, in order to retain it as a vibrant immigrant community.

AMMA community members are proud to say that we belong to a caring, collaborative and culturally rich community in Adelaide originated from ‘incredible India’, a land of great cultural diversity.

Early history of Malayalees in Adelaide A view from a community member

Read Sam George’s narration on history of Malayalees in Adelaide.