Melbourne Origami Group Melbourne Origami Group

1001 Cranes
1001 Cranes, Federation Square 2006


Hi! Welcome to the home of the Melbourne Origami Group inc.

We're a club for origami enthusiasts, amateur and professional alike, who share a common passion for the Japanese art of paper folding. Whether you're an origami enthusiast, new to origami or somewhere in between, come along to one of our monthly meetings to share and learn.


The Melbourne Origami Group meets once a month, unless otherwise noted. All are welcome, from absolute beginners to accomplished folders of all ages.

Information about our next meeting can be found to the side of this page.

To keep up to date with when the next meeting is happening, you can sign up for our newsletter.

We organised the Folding Australia 2012 origami convention for origami enthusiasts of all ages and levels of experience, around Australia and abroad.
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T-shirts and other things from the convention will be available for sale online very soon. Watch this space!

Community Events and Commercial Projects

We have previously completed a number of community and commercial origami projects, as well as origami demonstrations and classes. More information will be available here soon.

Contact Us

Melbourne Origami Group inc. is a registered non-profit group.

For general enquiries, you can e-mail Please note we are a social group and not a staffed organisation, so sometimes a reply can take a little while. We generally focus on projects where there is engagement with the art of paper folding. Thanks for your understanding.

We hope to see you soon. Happy folding!

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About the Group

The Melbourne Origami Group was founded to further the passion and enthusiasm for the art of origami in Melbourne and around Australia.

Since 1997, several conventions have been run and large-scale origami projects made for exhibition around Australia.

The group was incorporated as a non-profit community group in December, 2013. Committee details will be published online soon.

Folding at Federation Square