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Become a Lifetime Member

Help us build the EcoCentre family.

Make a lasting contribution to the EcoCentre with just 2 minutes of your time! Membership is now lifetime by default - appreciating the enduring relationships that EcoCentre members and Affiliates build to each other, and our beautiful patch of the planet.

Why become a member?

  • Easily contribute to the EcoCentre with no added commitment
  • Shape the EcoCentre by having the ability to vote and stand for our Committee
  • Ensure the long-term sustainability of the EcoCentre
  • Gain early access to EcoCentre events and news
  • Be recognised as a lifetime member of the EcoCentre

Becoming a member buoys the EcoCentre's strength when we're asked to advise government, or work to advocate for local community, plants and animals. Building our membership contributes a massive boost towards the EcoCentre's continued work advocating for long-term environmental and social well-being.

Unlock your free lifetime membership today

Affiliated Memberships for Groups and Organisations

Affiliated Memberships are available to groups and not-for-profit organisations involved in environmental or community-building activities. Affiliated groups receive many benefits such as 48 hours of access to our meeting room and event space, annually. Click here to view a list of our current Affiliated Groups.

Learn more about Affiliated Memberships

An optional donation makes your membership go further

The EcoCentre has now removed set membership fees, enabling you to instead choose any level of contribution you feel best contributes to our mission - with any gift of $2+ tax deductible. iPhone users: If you have trouble donating on the link below, please complete your donation on our GiveNow page.

Boon Wurrung Foundation Logo The EcoCentre acknowledges the Kulin Nations, including the Yalukut Weelam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, traditional owners of the land on which we are located. We pay respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Elder members of our multicultural community.