Become a Member

Become a member of the Clarence Environment Centre today.

 If you are concerned about the health of the natural environment of the Clarence Valley, consider becoming a member of the Clarence Environment Centre. 

Membership is open to both individual and organisations and you don’t need to be from the Clarence Valley to join. Membership enables like minded members of the community to work together for the preservation and enhancement of the natural heritage of the Clarence Valley. 

Why become a member of the Clarence Environment Centre?

Membership of the Clarence Environment Centre enables members of the community to organise together and work towards preserving and enhancing the natural environment of the Clarence Valley.  Membership provides the opportunity to become involved in, or financially support activities, such as: 

  • attending bi-monthly meetings, AGM’s and joining the board to help guide the organisation.
  • participation in citizen science projects
  • bush regeneration
  • local campaigns, and
  • help with actions to keep the Clarence Environment thriving.

Your level of voluntary involvement as a member is completely up to you. By becoming a member, you will also be supporting the Centre’s ongoing costs in undertaking advocacy for the environment of the Clarence Valley.

Members receive a quarterly e-newsletter and regular updates about environmental issues.

How to Apply for Membership

Membership fees: $10 per year (concession) $15 per year (waged) $25 for 5 year membership

Membership fees are due on notification after membership has been accepted at the next CEC meeting.

To apply for membership, download and complete the APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP 2022 form then return it to us in person or via email at

Please note, that in accordance with the Clarence Environment Centre’s constitution, our committee must consider and approve all the membership applications.

More Information

If you would like to find out more about becoming a member, contact the Clarence Environment Centre on 02 6643 4611.