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NSWRA Membership Details


NSWRA is a prefecture of the Tripoli Rocketry Association Inc (TRA) - an international rocketry organization based in the USA. TRA provides clubs and their members with insurance coverage for their rocketry activities.
Accordingly, being a member of TRA is a prerequisite for all NSWRA members.

You can join TRA here: http://www.tripoli.org/Membership

Once you are a TRA member (or can provide evidence of payment) you are eligible to apply for NSWRA membership.
Please fill in the NSWRA Application Form.

NSWRA membership runs from 1st July to 30th June.
New members pay an adjusted amount according to when they join. See the Fee Schedule table below.
Your spouse/partner and children under 18 can fly model rockets under your supervision.

NSWRA annual membership fee is $70

For new memberships:

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Note: If you join as a new member in May or June your membership expires on 30th June the following year.

Sponsored flying - guests

If you have a low-power rocket and would like to fly it before considering joining, we can provide a one-day sponsored launch arrangement, whereby one of our members will supervise and act as the responsible party for the preparation and launch of your rocket. You may have this rocket launched up to 3 times. There is a nominal cost of $10 for this privilege.


There is no charge if you just want to come along and watch. You will need to follow the instructions given by site officials.



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.


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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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