NAA Members Program

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Join the NAA Members Program to become part of a unique community of like-minded lovers of heritage and culture.

NAA members can access a wealth of benefits while supporting the National Archives to secure and promote the national archival collection for generations to come.

Benefits

  • Invitations to exclusive member-only events including exhibition previews, curator talks, reference workshops and behind-the-scenes tours.
  • Discounts to, and advance notice of, stimulating events such as expert talks, school holiday programs and exhibition tours.
  • Entry to the Members Lounge at our National Office in Canberra, open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm weekdays. The lounge has free wi-fi and complimentary tea and coffee (subject to COVID-19 restrictions).  
  • 10% discount at the Archives Store at our National Office in Canberra.
  • 10% discount at Cafe Constitution at our National Office in Canberra.
  • Regular e-newsletters and updates.
  • Delivery of the annual NAA Magazine.
  • Access to National Archives offices around Australia, with benefits to grow as the program develops.

Membership categories

There are a range of membership options to support your circumstances. All memberships run for 12 months.

Concessions apply to full-time students and pension card holders.

A membership can also be gifted to friends and family.

Individual memberships

  • ACT residents: $40
  • ACT residents (concession): $30
  • Non-ACT residents: $30
  • Non-ACT residents (concession): $20

Household memberships

A household is up to two adults and any dependent children living at the same address.

  • ACT residents: $60
  • ACT residents (concession): $40
  • Non-ACT residents: $40
  • Non-ACT residents (concession): $30

Institutional memberships

Two membership cards will be issued in the name of the organisation. Benefits are available to employees on presentation of a valid membership card.

  • Organisation: $80

Our patron

Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley is the inaugural NAA Members Program patron.

Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley (nee McMartin)

Building on the relationship between the Office of the Governor-General and the National Archives, Her Excellency has experienced first-hand how the collection can enrich and inform at a personal level.

More information on membership

For more information, please contact the NAA Members Program Coordinator at memberships@naa.gov.au or 02 6212 3478.

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