Become a Member of WoolProducers Australia

WPA is the national voice on behalf of producers, advocating their interests to both the Federal Government and internationally and providing a strong, unified voice that enables woolgrowers to determine policy and drive change in their industry.

As a member of WoolProducers, you will have the benefit of being a part of a National organisation and will be kept up to date on the latest Australian and International issues impacting on your industry.

Your annual membership will let you:

  • Stand for the WoolProducers Australia Board;
  • Vote on Board elections;
  • Communicate directly to WoolProducers Australia on national policy issues;
  • Receive regular updates from WoolProducers Australia;
  • Receive the WoolProducers Australia newsletter direct to your email account;
  • Receive executive summaries of board meetings

 

Membership is based on one membership per individual (or per PIC) and equates to one vote per membership. The cost of membership is $100.00 + GST annually.

 

 


Did you know that the membership fee is waived for producers who are already a member of a 
State Farming Organisation?

 

Become a member today and help shape the future of the Australian Wool Industry.

Please fill in the form below, or download a copy of the form here and post to us.

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Payment Options

Please send your cheque or money order for the amount of $110 (inc GST) to WoolProducers Australia or if you wish to pay by direct debit our account details are below.

WoolProducers Australia
Commonwealth Bank
Account Number: 10135238
BSB: 062 901

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