All about the club and membership

Fees

The Club membership fees for 12 months are

  • $60.00 for Adults; and
  • $40.00 for Under 18s.

Family rates are available for 3 or more family members. You can view or download our Constitution.

You must also join the State and National Archery Association when joining the Club. The State Association (South Queensland Archery Society) and National Association (Archery Australia) combined annual membership fees are:

  • $125.00 for Adults ($90 goes to Archery Australia; $35 goes to South Queensland Archery Society); and
  • $90.00 for Under 18s ($60 goes to Archery Australia; $30 goes to South Queensland Archery Society).

Archery Australia membership is essential as it provides you with insurance while shooting at any Archery Australia affiliated club.

Total membership fees per year

Over 18 years old: $60 (Club) + $125 (SQAS & AA) = $185

Under 18 years old: $40 (Club) + $90 (SQAS & AA) = $130

Family fees: The first two adults, or one adult and one minor pay full fees, additional members pay half the club fee only.

 All fees are due on the same date you joined each year.

 

Ground fees

Adults: $5 per visit

Under 18s: $2 per visit

Prepaid Annual Grounds Fees:

  • Adults – $200;
  • Under 18s – $80

 

New members

When you join online, Credit Card and Processing fees apply to the Archery Australia and SQAS portion of the fee i.e. your total fees will be slightly higher than $185.00 to account for those fees

Instructions: Choose “South Queensland Archery Society” from the “State” pull-down menu, then choose “Centenary Archers Club” from the “Club” pull-down menu. Don’t hesitate to ask us if you have questions about the process.

Direct link to Membership Portal in Archery Australia

 

Renewing members

Club fees will be due on the same date as your Archery Australia and SQAS fees – that’s the date on your Archery Australia Card. You can renew online using the above link, or navigate through the appropriate links when you get your renewal reminder from Archery Australia.