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There are two types of membership within WDVCAS NSW:

Full members

In order to become a full member of WDVCAS NSW you must be a paid employee at a Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service who supports the purpose, aims and guiding principles of the association.

Amongst other benefits, a full member of the association will receive support from WDVCAS NSW Inc,. lobbying and advocacy on behalf of the member's service and regular sector updates.

A full member is entitled to:

Click here for the full membership form


Associate membership

Community members who want to support WDVCAS NSW can do so by becoming an associate member of WDVCAS NSW. To do so the applicant must:


What are the benefits of being an Associate Member?

As an associate member you will:

An associate member is not entitled to vote at the annual general meeting, or any special general meeting of WDVCAS NSW; or nominate for election as an office bearer or ordinary member of the Board of Directors.

Click here for the associate membership form


What does it cost to join?

All applicants must pay a membership fee of $30 per year. Membership of the association is from 1 July each year to 30 June the following year. For more information on the membership criteria refer to 2(2) of the association’s Constitution.


How do I join WDVCAS NSW?

Step 1: Complete and send your membership form

Once you’ve completed your membership form send to the Director of WDVCAS NSW by:


  PO Box K278
  Sydney, NSW 2000

Step 2: Pay your membership fee

Once you’ve received email confirmation from the Director of WDVCAS NSW about your membership application, please deposit your annual membership fee ($30 per worker) into the WDVCAS NSW bank account:

BSB:   633 000
Account: 141843391

Alternatively you can send a cheque payable to WDVCAS NSW to:

PO Box K278
Sydney, NSW 2000

For more information about becoming a member of WDVCAS NSW please telephone 0474 779 847.

If you are in danger, please call 000 (Australian emergency number), or 1800 WDVCAS (1800 938 227) (24hr domestic violence counselling)

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