The Australian Naturist Federation (ANF) was founded in 1968, primarily to promote the naturist recreational lifestyle in Australia at the national level, and to encourage inter-club social and sporting activities.
The International Naturist Federation, or INF-FNI, is a worldwide organisation with federations and correspondents in over thirty countries.
For more than sixty years the NZNF has promoted naturism throughout New Zealand and supported affiliates by acting as a coordinated body for the movement.
British Naturism (BN) is the UK's internationally recognised organisation for Naturists in the UK.
The American Association for Nude Recreation is the largest, most long-established organisation of its kind in North America.
Some Australian Clubs
Based in Southwest Sydney Bare Tracks is a family-oriented social nudist group, who enjoy activities revolving around four-wheel driving, caravanning, camping, social outings and day/weekend trips away.
Rosco is a member-owned and family oriented nudist club located in the Hunter Valley region of NSW, near the town of Toronto.
Heritage is Australia’s oldest nudist club (est. 1949). It is situated near Campbelltown, southwest of Sydney, on 25 acres of natural bush land by the banks of the beautiful Georges River.
Tindo is situated in the Barossa Valley, just an hours drive from Adelaide, South Australia.
The Helios Society is a family-oriented, member-owned naturist club on 35 ha of natural bush land nestled in the Dandenong Ranges only one hour from Melbourne, Victoria.