Renew your membership today !!


The Primary Club of Australia is continuing to spread itself into new areas of activity and relevance around the country.

During the past year, the club approved many donations on behalf of the members of the Primary Club of Australia:

  • $28k for the Sir Roden Cutler Award winner and 4 finalists and their charities
  • $26k to Aspect Hunter High – for Playground & Equipment
  • $28k to Spring Farm Public School – Synthetic Turf for Playground
  • $30k to Sporting Wheelies & Disabled Assoc, Qld – Rugby Wheelchairs
  • plus other donations committed for $81k to Civic Disabilities Services, Blind Cricket and more.

As you know, your Club imposes a $10 “fine” on members for each golden duck or “primary” scored by an Australian in any of the International fixtures played between countries from 1st June 2017 to 31st May 2018.

You will note that there were 14 golden ducks by Australian cricketers (men and women) in international matches in the past 12 months, resulting in $140 in ‘fines’ (tax deductible donations) on every member.

Please support The Primary Club by joining or renewing your membership and paying the fines (donations) for the upcoming financial year.

please either visit our online membership form:

Click here to join or to renew your Primary Club of Australia membership online

or

download our membership form:

2019-2020-membership-application-form

Payment methods available to renew your membership as follows:

  • Pay by cheque or credit card: (see form attached)
  • EFT Details: Account Name: Primary Club of Australia Inc; Bank: CBA Bank, Hornsby BSB No.:062 -181 Account no: 10802102 (N.B. Member’s name and/or membership # must be included in EFT details, please.)
  • You can also pay online using Visa, MasterCard or American Express via the weblink: http://www.trybooking.com/PZE

The subscription fee of $50 covers the cost of our fund raising efforts, which have assisted in over $250,000 in donations to our various charitable organisations this past financial year.

Please remember that while the Club refers to ‘fines’, they are actually donations and you are under no obligation to pay them should you not wish to do so. Donations go into a trust fund, are fully tax deductible and are used entirely to meet our charitable objectives.

While considering your donation to the Primary Club, we invite you to become a significant contributor by becoming a Golden Duck donor through an annual donation of $1,000 or more.

A receipt for all donations will be forwarded to you and your ongoing support is greatly appreciated.

If you know someone who may be interested in the welfare of people with disabilities and would like to become a member, please ask them to sign up now.

Are you interested in becoming a significant contributor to the Primary Club of Australia, then please consider becoming a Primary Club Golden Duck Donor.