The official inauguration of Eastern Sydney Malayalees Association (ESMA) took place on 26.04.2014 and thus the first platform for Malayalees of the Eastern suburbs came into existence. ESMA is the first organization of this kind to cater the needs of the Malayalee community in Eastern Sydney suburbs. The word Malayalee stands for any person from the state of Kerala which is one of the southern states in India. Kerala is well known for its 100% literacy and the green and clean environment. Kerala is one of the sought after tourist destination and is famous for its backwaters and regional festivals. The Eastern Suburbs is the metropolitan area directly to the east and south-east of the Sydney central business district in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. This includes the suburbs within the local government areas of Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and part of the City of Sydney. The Eastern Suburbs of Sydney extends from the peninsula of South Head at Watsons Bay in the north to South Coogee in the South.

Eastern Sydney Malayalee Association Inc. (ESMA) was established with the aim of bringing together all the Malayalees of the eastern Sydney region to foster contacts, friendship and understanding to the extent possible for the wellbeing of the Malayalee community as well as that of the Australian society. The primary objective of ESMA is to promote and maintain the vibrant culture of Kerala to the Malayalee community in Sydney Eastern suburbs and also has an ongoing focus of increasing cross-cultural understanding and promoting cultural diversity and cooperation between the other ethnicities in Sydney and Australia wide. Through meticulously organized cultural, social, educational and sporting activities Eastern Malayalee Association Inc adds value to society thereby achieving high level of social interaction and social awareness in the community. For the younger generation, we pass on the cultural heritage, tradition, the rarely cherished legacy and values while they are integrating in to the Australian culture. We celebrate social and religious festivals traditionally celebrated in our home land to keep alive our strong bond with Kerala. We link people, culture and values in this ‘Kangaroo land’ where a well-knit multi-ethnic community lives harmoniously


RUMMY Championship 2017

Hi friends, Team ESMA announces its pleasure in noting the wide interest shown in this RUMMY COMPETITION by the members in general and the community in particular. The preparations for the tournament is in full swing and are hoping to have a fun fill ...Read More

ESMA Family Camp 2017

Hello Friends, This is a reminder for participation for the above said camp as we need to book the accommodation by 23rd Jan 2017. Please call one of the committee members to confirm your participation. We have chosen Myuna Bay, 90 minutes drive from ...Read More

Badminton Tournament was a Treat

Dear friends, The first ESMA-PFS badminton tournament was a real treat for all the sports lovers who witnessed some very serious cmpetitions. We had very tough games from the quarter finals and real fights in the semis and finals. As we all know ther ...Read More

ESMA- PFS Badminton Tournament 2016

Hi guys, The preparations are in full swing related to the badminton tournament. The draws will be ready by afternoon tomorrow. All the top teams in the community are vying for supremacy in the field of badminton during this tournament. The details a ...Read More

ESMA Blood Donation with Red Cross September 2016

ESMA Blood Donation with Red Cross on 07/09/2016 from 09.00 am to 13.50 And 08/09/2016 12.00 Pm to 17.50 ...Read More

ESMA Badminton Tournament August 2016

Hi friends, The first ESMA-PFS BADMINTON tournament will take place on 27.08.2016. The details are… Date: 27.08.2016 Time: 0745 AM to 0330 PM. Discipline : Badminton Men’s Doubles Venue: UNSW Badminton courts, Kensington, Sydney Target Gr ...Read More

A Memorable ESMA Camping in April 2016

ESMA members enjoyed a memorable 3 day Camping in April 2016. ...Read More

Christmas & New Year Get-together 2015

Hello friends, It is Christmas and New Year time again. Let’s celebrate it with a BBQ. Date: 30.12.2015 Time 1130 AM on wards Venue: 21, Munda Street, Randwick. Lots of activities for the kids and families are planned. Please do confirm your pr ...Read More

Successful ONAM 2015 Celebration

Hi Friends, ESMA executive committee thank you all for the grand success of our ONAM celebrations second time in a row. The cultural program followed by the grand sadhya was colourful with performances from the kids and adults alike. Mahabali present ...Read More

Onam Celebration Ticket Availability

Hi friends As you are aware our 2015 Onam celebration is on 29th August. You may choose Single ticket or Family Ticket. Kindly make sure you let us know about the intention to buy the ticket, so that we can reserve one for you and one of the communit ...Read More

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