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doubleThe membership year runs from 1st July until 30th June. The club organises a ‘key changeover’ session in late June or early July each year. On that day, the clubhouse locks are changed and members can swap their old key for a new one.

New members pay a fee based upon the date of application. Existing members pay the same amount regardless of the date they renew.

Adult members have the option of joining as ‘competitive’ or ‘recreational’

All members are entitled to use the fleet of 55 club boats. Purchase and maintenance of these boats is funded from members’ fees. If you don’t have your own boat, or intend to use club boats regularly (say, more than once a month) or for competition, then you must join as a ‘regular club boat user’.

To ensure the sport is accessible to all, fees are discounted for students, pensioners and Health Care Card holders. Family membership categories encourage participation by all ages and are also good value for money.

New members must arrange for an orientation to the club if they are not participating in the Beginners’ Program. Orientations are normally conducted twice a month with the dates appearing on the home page of the website. A key will be issued following orientation and confirmation of safe paddling skills. To book in for orientation, please email the Membership Co-ordinator at least 2 days before.

More information about the Beginners’ program, including who to contact.

Further details of the different categories of membership can be found on the 2016-17 membership page.

 

Steps to joining INCC

  1. Read the information on 2017-18 membership and Frequently Asked Questions
  2. Work out which category of membership is right for you.
  3. We recommend new members who have not previously paddled touring or racing kayaks participate in the Beginners’ Program run by the club. Payment for the course is through RegisterNow, but you must contact the coach to beforehand as the program usually goes into hibernation over winter.
  4. Complete the on-line registration for new members via the Australian Canoeing website, which uses Ezidebit for secure payment. (Existing members should contact the treasurer if they wish to renew their membership)
  5. Attend the Beginners’ Program or an orientation session if you are a new member.