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Throughout the 20th century and into the 21st century Thailand has had links with Australia.
In early days these contacts were instigated by the Thai Royal family and the visit to Australia in 1962 by the Thai King and Queen did much to raise the awareness of Thailand among Australians.The links between Australia and Thai women have changed dramatically over the past 10 years alone and it is now a very different picture to the stereotypes of the 1970s and 1980s.The emergence of the internet and new social influences such as dating sites and new lifestyle factors has led to a growth of the Thai community throughout Australia uniquely influenced by Thai Women.This association, which now includes second and third generation Thais, organizes cultural and social events for Thais living in Sydney.Of course, the Thai community is not limited to Sydney or even New South Wales; there are now active Thai communities in all major Australian population centres.In Sydney, Thai women were founding members of the Thai Welfare Association, an agency which was established in 1990 to assist Thai women, many immigrants through marriage to Australian men, who faced cultural challenges and isolation.