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What is the NSW Rocketry Association ?

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The NSWRA exists to provide a focus for all rocketry activities in the state, and is open to all interested individuals and organisations.

The NSWRA was formed in June 1997 and is a non-profit incorporated association whose charter is to promote safe model rocketry in NSW. It provides access to insurance, air clearance, organised events, and launching areas. Rocketry creates challenges and is a creative outlet for innovators and thinkers.

Ever wanted to build and launch your own rockets?
5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1. LIFT-OFF, With a flash, a roar, and a trail of smoke, your rocket leaves the launch pad heading skyward. A short time later a puff of smoke, and the parachute ejects. Your rocket looks like a tiny speck against the blue sky as it drifts down to a gentle landing ready for another launch with a new motor or maybe a different size motor which will take your rocket to a higher altitude or for testing another payload.

Model Rocketry has an excellent safety record and everyone would like to see it stay that way. Follow the Model Rocket Safety Code and you will find model rocketry to be an enjoyable and safe hobby/sport for everyone. The NSWRA is open to anyone aged 9 years or older who has an interest in rocketry. There are different levels of membership available.

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