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Thank you for expressing an interest in joining our Club.
This page provides the basic information to allow you to apply to join; if you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact the Membership Officer.
Membership/Subscription fee is $45.00 ($55.00 overseas members). Memberships are due for renewal 1 July each year.
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All eligible men and women involved in Australian Antarctic activities are encouraged to consider joining the ANARE Club in order to help continue a great tradition and provide a service to members.
The ANARE Club, through its AURORA Journal and the committee, serve as a vehicle and forum to express the views and news of it's members on Antarctic issues of concern, especially those affecting Australian interests. The Club is a means of keeping in touch with fellow expeditioners and has a Facebook site.
Full membership is open to those who have served with the Australian Antarctic Programs (ANARE), south of Latitude 50 degrees South.
Antarctic expeditioners are encouraged to join the ANARE Club and participate in Club social activities and receive the official club journal. The AURORA journal is only made possible through membership subscriptions and by the volunteer efforts of members. The ANARE Club is a club that encourages member participation and articles for publication, especially of one's Antarctic experiences.