Membership information and application

Membership of the Society is open to all those interested in bonsai, from the absolute beginner to the seasoned expert.

Members can attend monthly meetings, participate the many workshops, join excursions, and show trees in our exhibition. They receive 11 copies of the Society’s Newsletter each year and have access to a large lending library of bonsai books and magazines.

We welcome new  applications for membership of the Society and, of course, renewal  applications from existing members.

The membership period is from 1 July  to 30 June in the next year. There is a reduced rate for applications from I January onwards. People applying for membership from 1 May to 30 June are given membership until 30 June in the next year.

The current membership fee is $35/year. Couples at the same address can join together for $45/year.

From I January to 30 April, the fees for the remainder of the current membership year are $20 for singles and $30 for couples.

The normal annual fee covers you for the period through to 30 June in the following year if you join the Society from 1 May to 30 June.

The form below can be used to apply for or renew membership as well as to update your contact details. The form is also availalbe i in the Membership Information Leaflet that can be downloaded here: Leaflet.

Payment of membership can be made as follows:

1. By electronic fund transfer (EFT) to the Society's Commonwealth Bank of Australia Account
        Account name: BSST Account
        BSB #: 067000
Account #: 28039262
Reference: Your surname 

2. Payment through a bank branch using the details above.

3. By cheque, made payable to "BSST Account" and sent to
         Bonsai Society of Tasmania
         3/54 Quayle Street
         Sandy Bay, TAS 7005

4. By cheque or cash paid at a monthly meeting or workshop of the Society.

Membership appication/renewal form

Please select one box

If for a couple, please give your details first and then those of your partner in the boxes below.

How will you pay your membership fee?