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Membership

The Astronomical Society of Western Australia Inc.  provides many benefits for its members, ranging from receipt of the Society's journal, The Sidereal Times, to the library and instrument loan programs, preferential bookings to our Astrocamps and access to all club activities.

If you would like to join ASWA please contact the Membership Secretary or download the membership form here. You can download a copy of the Constitution here.

Joining ASWA
Our membership fees are as follows (as at 1 June 2015):

METROPOLITAN

Type of Member Nomination
(Once only)
Subscription*#
(Annual)
Total
  • Ordinary
$40 $70.00 $110.00
  • Associate
$25 $50.00 $75.00
  • Junior or Student
$25 $40.00 $65.00

COUNTRY^

Type of Member Nomination
(Once only)
Subscription*#
(Annual)
Total
  • Ordinary 
$40 $50.00 $90.00
  • Associate 
$25 $30.00 $55.00
  • Junior or Student
$25 $20.00 $45.00

* The Sidereal Times journal is delivered (in colour) by email. A $12 per annum additional fee will apply for all types of Membership if the member chooses to receive the journal by post instead of or as well as email (Australia only, black & white only).
#
20% annual loyalty discount applies to Annual Subscription Fees for members with 20 years continuous membership or more (discount does not apply to the fee for the posted printed Sid Times)
^ Country/Interstate/International Annual Subscription Fees receive a discount of $20.

Membership Types are:

ORDINARY
OrdinaryMembers are entitled to full participation in all activities of the Society, to vote, to be elected to office, and to receive the publications of the Society.

ASSOCIATE
When one member of a family is already an Ordinary Member, others of that family who are 18 years of age or older may become Associate Members. They are entitled to the same privileges as Ordinary Members, except for the receipt of publications.

JUNIOR
Junior Members shall be under the age of 18. They are entitled to the same privileges as Ordinary Members, except to vote or be eligible to hold office (except as a Section Leader).

STUDENT
Student membership covers a person (18 years of age or older) enrolled full-time in a recognised course of education and not being in full-time employment. They are entitled to the same privileges as Ordinary Members.

Definition of Metropolitan and Country members for payment of subscriptions

All members residing inside the boundary of the Perth Metropolitan Region Planning Scheme are deemed to be Metropolitan Members for subscription purposes.
In addition to the areas well known as Metropolitan addresses the following Local Authority areas are within the above mentioned Scheme Boundary and therefore will be recognised as Metropolitan Areas and payment must be made at Metropolitan Rates -
City of Joondalup, City of Wanneroo, Shire of Swan, Shire of Mundaring, Shire of Kalamunda, City of Armadale, Shire of Serpentine/Jarrahdale, City of Rockingham
All other places in Western Australia, other states in Australia and other countries will be recognised as Country Areas.

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This page was last updated on 03 June, 2015