Indian Society of WA (ISWA) is a non-profit incorporated in 1972. ISWA membership is open to all interested in the objectives of the society.The Indian Society of WA’s objectives are to foster the participation of Indian ethnic communities in the development of a cohesive, culturally pluralistic society bearing in mind their historical evolution and contribution to the same.To stimulate and promote interest and appreciation of Indian culture in its widest sense.

To assist, encourage, participate and initiate those activities, which promote the welfare, social, cultural and educational aspects of Australian Indians.To promote joint action and cooperation between Indian ethnic communities on issues of common concern.To cooperate and/or affiliate with any other association in Australia or elsewhere sharing the principals enshrined in theses objects.To undertake such other activities as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.

$2.5 Million Federal Government grant to develop the first Indian Community Centre in Australia, here in Perth, was signed off on the 74th Independence Day of India, 15th August 2020. Hon Ben Morton, Asst Minister to the Prime Minister Office and Cabinet and Mr. Supriya Guha, ISWA President, signed the agreement.