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Become a member

To successfully apply for a membership please complete all compulsory fields within the provided application form, these are marked with an asterisk*. You are able to pay securely online with a credit card, or you may select the "Invoice" option which will allow you to pay by cheque or BPay.

Your personal information is only used for the purposes of providing the membership service offered through this website. As part of this membership service we will contact members periodically via email for the purposes of notifying members of upcoming conferences and events, jobs, and Public Health Association of Australia announcements.

By submitting your application you agree to be contacted by the Public Health Association of Australia periodically via email.

Please select the appropriate membership category below to start your application.

Please do not hesitate to contact PHAA on 02 6285 2373 or by email at phaa@phaa.net.au for any membership queries

Membership Category Membership Type Fee
Agencies/Organisations Government Agencies & Academic Institutions - 1 year $890.00
Government Agencies & Academic Institutions - 2 years


Not-for-profit organisations - 1 year $390.00

Not-for-profit organisations - 2 years

Individuals Category A - 1 year (Gross income above $65,000) $290.00
Category A - 2 years (Gross income above $65,000) $580.00
Category B - 1 year (Gross income $35,000 - $65,000) $190.00

Category B - 2 years (Gross income $35,000 - $65,000)

Concession - 1 year (Gross income below $35,000) $70.00
Full-time student - 1 year $60.00

Some additional fees may apply when joining or renewing your membership. These fees are listed below and in the relevant sign up forms.
  • Joining fee (new members only) $45.00
  • Late renewal fee (lapsed members only) $45.00
  • Special Interest Group (SIG) membership (optional) $15.00 per SIG

PHAA has seventeen Special Interest Groups (SIGs) for members to meet with those who have similar interests and passions, to exchange information and to develop policy positions and papers. Find out more about PHAA's SIGs at this link.