The Australian Nuclear Association is an independent incorporated non-profit Scientific Institution. It is an association of individuals to provide a forum for the presentation, exchange and dissemination of information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. The ANA holds regular technical meetings and national and international conferences and publishes the quarterly Nuclear Australia newsletter to report on nuclear events and issues.

Members are entitled to vote at general meetings, be elected to the Committee and to hold office. A copy of the constitution of the Australian Nuclear Association is available here

Membership eligibility is determined by the ANA Committee on the basis of an individual’s interest in, and potential contribution towards, nuclear science and technology.

The annual membership subscription is $50 for 2021-22.  Please do not pay until you are advised that your membership application has been accepted.

Full-time students currently studying at an Australian university and who have an interest in nuclear science and technology can request a complimentary ANA subscription. Students will be Affiliates of ANA and receive all ANA correspondence, newsletters (by email) and attend meetings but are not voting members of ANA. Affiliate status will lapse on graduation when Student Affiliates will have the option of applying to become full ANA Members.

Membership Application

If you would like to become a member of the Australian Nuclear Association, please fill in this form:

    Your Name (title, first name and second name required)

    Your Email (required)

    Your Address (required)

    Your Phone Contact (required)

    Brief statement of your experience and/or interest in nuclear science and technology (required)

    Please attach a brief CV

    Are you a full-time student? If so, please provide your university/school, your course and expected date of graduation.

    Your contact details will be recorded for the Association’s sole use and will not be provided to third parties without your approval. If you prefer, the information can be emailed to John Harries at

    Please email if you would like further information.