As the peak national arboricultural and vegetation management body, Arboriculture Australia supports its membership by promoting and representing professional tree workers, managers, arborists, utility vegetation management and urban forestry managers throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific region. Arboriculture Australia consistently invests in quality, education, innovation and safety for arboriculture professionals nationwide. Arboriculture Australia is pro-actively raising standards that are legacy leading for today’s arborists and those of the future.
Membership is the lifeblood of our organisation and while there are many reasons to join, we believe that the true value of membership can be found in the delivery of the Australian Industry Licence program, the Minimum Industry Standards, our leadership in driving arboriculture qualification framework, our world class Branched Out competition, and our renowned industry events. These key initiatives actively promote the industry, making it larger, safer and more rewarding for our members. Together, we make a difference. Together we not only shape the present, we forge a legacy for future arboriculture professionals.
|General Member||$260||Student Member||$160|
|Registered Qualified Arborist||$375*||Registered Tree Worker||$375*|
|Registered Practicing Arborist||$580*||Registered Consulting Arborist||$580*|
|Registered Practicing & Consulting Arborist||$880*||Corporate Membership||from $880|
* $115 joining fee applies for new or lapsed Registered members
General membership is open to anyone, whether you are an industry professional, working in any associated industry field or council, a concerned citizen who appreciates green spaces, you may be interested in sustainability, or someone who loves trees!
For organisations with multiple members, Corporate Membership offers discounts on all membership types for 5 or more members.
Become a Registered Member
With more and more companies coming onto the market, is vital that you secure a competitive edge when it comes to marketing your business. Becoming a Registered Member signifies that your professional credentials have been verified by the peak national body and will be immediately recognised as a trusted professional. Your company will be featured in the Arboriculture Australia online directory as we continue to empower the general public in increasing numbers who demand awareness information to help them make informed choices about trees , tree professional and tree care.
Arboriculture Australia validates all Registered Professional Members who operate or work for a company that holds an active ABN or ACN only.
The become a Registered member please complete the attached registration form and attached copies of the following
- your qualifications
- certificates of currency
- Public Liability Insurance
- Professional Indemnity Insurances
- Personal Accident (Sole Traders)
- Workers Compensation
- Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
All applications made to Arboriculture Australia™ for a Professional Membership will require certified copies of qualifications signed by a Justice of the Peace.
Note about Insurances:
Public liability and professional indemnity insurance held in a company name will only cover a Registered Practicing or Registered Consulting Arborist member whilst the member is in full time employment of the company or if they are a subcontractor whilst working for the company on a company project.
Arboriculture Australia Ltd takes no responsibility for the insurance held by a Registered Professional Member based in other countries. Arboriculture Australia Ltd does not validate any insurance held by companies based outside of Australia.
Note about CEUs
Arboriculture Australia™ Continuing Education Units (CEUs) align with the Arboriculture Australian Qualifications Framework requirements. For members to have CEUs registered and displayed on the association’s website, they need to be a current Professional Member.
This will also be used as a register for customers, utilities, developers, Local and State Government authorities to cross reference Professional, Practicing and Consulting Arborists’ qualifications and mandatory workplace training such as Construction Induction (‘white/blue/red cards’), manual handling, noise conservation, first aid and CPR.
ISA Certification CEUs are recognised in the Australian CEU program.