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How to Join The Club
Membership of the Club is $40 per annum. The membership year runs from 1 July to 30 June. From 1 January to 31 May, the fee is $25. If you join after 1 June, the fee is $40 and you get 13 months membership.

The only way to join the Club is to complete the on-line membership form (Click here to go to form) after EFTing your membership fee to St George Scuba Club Inc BSB 032 099 A/c No. 636 311. You will need to put your name in the transfer details so the Treasurer can match it up with the form. You can pay your fee at a meeting, but you will still need to complete the on-line form.

If you have applied for membership and have not heard back from the Club within a week, then email membership@stgeorgescubaclub.org.au so that we can investigate.

If you have any questions, contact membership@stgeorgescubaclub.org.au, the Webmaster (webmaster@stgeorgescubaclub.org.au) or one of the Committee (see committee details).

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