Membership

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Visit our Member Services page to see what support services and policies you can access through BNTAC. You can also click on the Member Login button at the top of the page to access your online Member account.
 

Member Services

 

Become a BNTAC Member

As a Banjima Person, you can choose to apply and become a Member of BNTAC which will enable you to contribute to the Banjima community, have a say and participate in BNTAC General Meetings and events.

As a Member of BNTAC, you will also be able to access the Banjima Charitable Trust (BCT) and other BNTAC-led programs that benefit the Banjima community.

In order to apply for BNTAC Membership you must be a Banjima person and at least 18 years of age. Member applications are reviewed by the Banjima Elders Council before a final decision by the BNTAC Board. Please click on the Membership Process button below for more details.
 

Membership Process

 

FAQs

What are my responsibilities?

BNTAC Members have a range of responsibilities that they must comply with. These include complying with the relevant legislation and the BNTAC Rule Book, and treating other Members, BNTAC staff, Elders Council, and Directors with respect and dignity. Members must also notify BNTAC in writing if they change their address within 28 days. For more details on BNTAC Member responsibilities click here.

What are my rights?

Once you become a Member, you have the right to attend, speak, and vote at General Meetings, nominate or be nominated for election as a Director, and more. For more details on Member rights please click here.

What if my application is declined?

If a Membership application is declined, the applicant is entitled to appeal the decision. For further information regarding the appeals process, please contact our Governance and Compliance team on (08) 9216 9888 or admin@bntac.org.au.
 

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