Annually there is a General Meeting, which brings together all the Australian members to elect office bearers, discuss issues of importance, conduct workshops, plan activities, and reinforce existing friendships, not to mention welcoming new members.
The Annual General Meeting usually rotates each year between different cities in Australia.
There are five state sections of Les Clefs d’Or Australia – New South Wales & Australian Capital Territory, Victoria & Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland.
Each state hosts Bi-Monthly meetings where members form the section get together to share reports, discuss upcoming Les Clefs d’Or events and share information.
On a larger scale there is an International Congress held each year in which Les Clefs d’Or concierges from all over the world gather together for a week to attend meetings, seminars and to promote the aims of the Society. The International Congress is usually held late March / early April. In January 1995 Sydney hosted the 42nd International Congress. This successful congress raised the profile of Australia as an international destination and enhanced the standing of the Australian Society.