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When you become a member of the SSAA, you become part of Australia’s largest shooting organisation and join thousands of other people around the country in ensuring the future of the shooting sports.



The SSAA runs hundreds of shooting clubs around the country and represents the interests of firearm owners, shooters, and hunters on a national and international level.


Financial members of the SSAA are entitled to public liability and personal accident insurance for their shooting and hunting activities through SSAA Insurance Brokers. The brokerage can also assist members with their other personal and commercial needs, such as a motor vehicle, boat, caravan, travel, business, and home and contents insurance. Members may also choose to add SSAA Members Firearms Insurance to their membership for $25 per year to receive $25,000 worth of firearms and fixed firearm accessories insurance.

In addition to this, some of the practical benefits of SSAA membership include complimentary access to the Australian Shooter, The Junior Shooter, ASJ, SSAA National E-newsletter and special report publications; discounts on our quarterly Australian Hunter, annual Australian & New Zealand Handgun and other shooting and hunting magazines. SSAA members can also purchase some great merchandise through the SSAA Store.


The SSAA is Australia’s biggest hunting advocacy and training organisation. We are involved in game management committees and stakeholder groups to ensure the best outcome for hunters and provide training and education programs to ensure ethical hunting practices. SSAA members interested in extending their conservation efforts may be able to join a Conservation & Wildlife Management branch in their respective state or territory after passing the accreditation programs. Our SSAA Farmer Assist program also provides members with increased access to hunting opportunities while helping out Australian farmers with their pest management issues.



If you would like to become a member of the SSAA, you can apply for new SSAA membership online and pay by credit card or Paypal.



Or if you would prefer, you can apply for new SSAA membership by downloading a membership form and mailing or faxing it to the SSAA National Membership Office.


We will post you a letter within 10 working days indicating your new membership number and membership expiry date. This will satisfy most legal requirements for proof of membership.



SSAA Membership Transfer (to T10 Branch)


Renewing your SSAA membership is easy and we offer several payment methods:

Pay your SSAA membership renewal online by credit card or PayPal at any time. Use the validation code from your renewal letter to complete the process even faster.


Call the SSAA National Membership Office during business hours and pay by credit card over the phone.


Pay by credit card using a membership renewal form and mailing or faxing it to the SSAA National Membership Office.


Pay by cheque or money order and mailing it to the SSAA National Membership Office. Please make cheques payable to SSAA.


Make a cash or cheque payment at any Australia Post outlet. Please note you must present your renewal form when making this payment to Australia Post.


If you would like to change your contact details or update your address, you can do so online or by calling the SSAA National Membership Office.

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