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Before completing an application form, please check the links for more information about membership categories and pricing.

Please note that the ASNSW runs to calendar years and there is no discount for a part-year membership. If you join between January and September (inclusive) in any year, you first membership subscription will expire at the end of December in the same year. If you join between October and December (inclusive), your first membership subscription will expire at the end of December in the following year.

To apply to join the ASNSW, download and complete the New Member Application Form: Word Document (electronically fillable form). Postal address - the address we like to have in the database is the one where you would want a yearbook (or any other mail) to be posted to. We don't actually need to know a street address.

The form must be submitted to the Secretary by post or email (details are on the form). The secretary lists applications for consideration at each committee meeting (or by email over December/January). Depending on when your application is received, it may take up to four weeks before your application is considered. If approved, you will be contacted again regarding payment of your joining fee ($20) and applicable annual membership fee. This process may take a week or two after the committee meeting, as the Secretary's schedule permits.

When you receive the email with confirmation of your acceptance, you will then be able to make your payment:
• Online using PayPal (you do not need a PayPal account; just use your credit or debit card), or 
• Online using direct credit to: Astronomical Society of NSW, BSB: 633 000, A/C: 118247600, or
• By sending a cheque or money order to the Secretary, ASNSW, PO Box 870, Epping NSW 1710, Australia. 

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