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NSWRA Membership Details

Membership Type Cost per Year Description
Senior (18yrs and over) $150 Includes spouse/partner, and all children under 18 years of age in their care.
Full use of equipment, voting and access to E+ motors.
Junior (Under 18yrs) $90 Junior (1 individual under 18). Restricted to low power rocketry
Parent or guardian supervision required.
Participating Visitor $10 For a non-member who wants to fly rockets on the day.
Restricted to low power rocketry (LPR)
Not entitled to vote. Maximum 1 meeting.
Non-participating Visitor FREE Feel free to come along and ask questions or watch.

NSWRA membership is valid from July 1 to June 30 with all renewals due before July 1st
Those joining/renewing in May are covered until 30th June the following year.

  Joining the club or renewing your membership:

  1. Please fill in the Membership Application Form. Send us an electronic copy via email, print it out, sign it and bring it with you to the next launch. 

  2. Show us a valid photo ID and pay the membership fee. (New members pay a pro rata amount according to the table below)
    Payment may be made by cash, cheque or Direct Bank Deposit on the day.

  3. Your membership card will be ready for collection at the next launch.

New member joining
in month
Senior Junior
January $65 $40
February $50 $30
March $40 $25
April $25 $15
May $150 $90
June $150 $90
July $150 $90
August $140 $85
September $125 $75
October $115 $70
November $100 $60
December $75 $45

All membership applicants and participating visitors will need to provide identification and contact details.

Upon registration new members are entitled to fly Low Power Rocketry (LPR).
This will allow them to fly rockets with motors up to a total impulse of 20Ns (equivalent to a "D" motor), and black powder "E" motors.
To fly bigger motors with the club you will need to go through the MPR Assesment procedure.


Information on this web site is intended as a reference guide only.  While all care has been used to ensure information is correct no liability
or warranty will be accepted by the publisher or NSWRA for any claims due to the content of this web site or its associated files or folders.

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