The Slovak community in Australia consists of first, second, and third-generation Slovak Australians who have settled in various parts of Australia. The first Slovaks arrived in Australia in the late 1800s and early 1900s as gold miners, but the largest wave of Slovak immigrants arrived after World War II as displaced persons and refugees.
And, the community has established various organisations to promote and preserve its cultural heritage, organising cultural events and activities. Many Slovaks in Australia maintain strong ties with their homeland through family connections, cultural exchanges, and travel. Moreover, the Slovak community in Australia actively thrives and contributes to the cultural diversity of the country, and they are renowned for their hospitality.