Thank you for your interest in joining APAS.

APAS is a not-for-profit association of Public Authority Surveyors with strict criteria for membership.


THE 3 STEPS REQUIRED TO JOIN APAS

1. DOWNLOAD and browse the current APAS Constitution to establish your eligibility for membership,

2. PRINT off and complete the 'Application for Membership' form in APPENDIX A of the Constitution
(including details of two current members as nominees), and

3. LODGE your application with the Secretary


HOW TO LODGE YOUR APPLICATION


Completed application forms can be lodged with the APAS Secretary via;

  • email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or
  • mailed to the following address:

Association of Public Authority Surveyors, NSW (APAS)
c/o DFSI Spatial Services

PO Box 143
Bathurst NSW 2795
AUSTRALIA


WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I LODGE MY APPLICATION?

As soon as practicable after receiving an application for membership, the APAS Secretary will refer the application to the committee to determine whether to approve or reject the application, based on the criteria outlined in the current APAS Constitution.

You will then be notified of the success or otherwise of your application.
 
If successful you will be notified on how to create an account on our website and make your payment. 
 

APAS Upcoming Events

APAS Past Events

Member Notices

  • Save the Date - APAS2020

    June 2019

    APAS2020 will be held in Leura in the Blue Mountains on 23-25 March 2020. The theme is "2020 Vision: Hindsight, Backsight, Foresight".

    Please consider contributing to next year’s conference by presenting a paper. There is a lot of fantastic work being done out there – why not tell the profession about it? The Call for Abstracts will follow in due course.

  • APAS2019 Conference Report Now Available

    June 2019

    Thank you to all the presenters, delegates and exhibitors that made APAS2019 such a great success.

    Please be advised that the APAS2019 conference report, published in the May 2019 issue of Azimuth, is now available to download, along with the conference proceedings.

    Please view our Resources page for these member resources.

     

  • Save the Date - 2019 Govt Surveyors Dinner

    April 2019

    The date for the 2019 Government Surveyors Dinner and Grant Kilpatrick Memorial Lecture has been announced. It will be held on 24/10/2019 in Sydney (venue TBA).

    Further details as it comes to hand will be available here...