Chapter Meetings

NHAA local chapters are groups set up and run by NHAA full members in their local communities. They are open to both members and non members and are aimed at supporting and encouraging networking within their local area, they run regular meetings, talks, outings and events and are a valuable source of support and information for all that attend. Other benefits include:

  • Excellent networking opportunities to connect with other Herbalists – often with many years of experience
  • Students & non members are welcome to participate.
  • Talks & presentations on a wide range of topics relevant to Herbal Medicine.
  • Earn CPD points for meeting attendance
  • Keep abreast of current issues & developments
  • Build your public speaking skills by giving a talk & earn CPD points for your presentation.
  • Enjoy the support of your local Herbal Community & perhaps find yourself a mentor!

There are several local NHAA Chapters around the country, contact them directly on the email addresses / social media channels below to see dates and times of their next meeting.

If you are interested in setting up a local chapter in your area, please visit the Chapters and Community page:

Upcoming Meetings

Herbal Tincture Making Workshop: Percolation vs Maceration & Fresh Plants vs Dry Plants

Date: Thursday, 25th of July 2024
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM AEST
Location: Criterion House, Bathurst Street, Hobart
Speaker: Monica Francia
Monica Francia (she/her) lives and works on the lands of the Palawan people of Lutruwita. She is a queer Naturopath, Nutritionist and Medicinal Herb Farmer balancing her time between clinical practice, working at Goulds Natural Medicine and growing and making medicine at Rocky Top Herbs. She is the chapter coordinator for Hobart Herbalists Without Borders, a non-profit organisation that runs 3 Free Community Naturopathic Clinics per month in Lutruwita / Tasmania as well as regular community events. She has a strong sustainability and social justice lead practice and is passionate about improving access to Naturopathic Medicine.

Cost: NHAA Members & Students: $9.78 | Non-members: $11.90

The Female Hormone Metabolism: Utilising Pathology and Therapeutic Management

Date: Thursday, 1st of August 2024
Time: 6:30 – 8:00 PM AEST
Location: Torrens University, Sydney
Speaker: Sue Stevens
Sue has been in clinical practice for over 26 years and in that time, she has consulted and guided 1000’s of people through their healthcare journey. After studying for over 10 years, and acquiring 3 post graduate qualifications, Sue works to understand the nature of clients health concerns, using traditional thinking and the best evidence-based information to create holistic, manageable, and individualised treatment plans.

Cost: NHAA Members & Students: $5 | Non-members: $10 | Past SydHerbs Speakers: Free

Regional Chapters Contact Details