Membership Fees

  

Adult Beginner Course Fees

Adult Beginners Courses run each Curtin University Semester at Curtin Stadium.

Membership TypeOne  Semester
Curtin Student (or Alumni)$110
Non-Curtin Student$120

We encourage teenagers and adults with no previous fencing experience to join us at our Curtin Beginners Course before joining us at our regular Belmont training sessions.

Our first trial session each semester is absolutely free! 

To register and make payments see below.

Our next course will be in 2021

 


Swordfry Course Fees

Swordfry courses for children run each school term at Belmont City College Gym.

Membership TypeOne Term
Swordfry FencersPresently closed

We break during school holidays and public holidays.
Equipment is provided and water fountains are available.

Swordfish Fencers Membership Fee

Swordfish offers family discounts for children signing up with adults, plus installment payments for full standard memberships. Please contact the registrar if you require information about this.

Membership Fees for both Swordfish and FWA are required before entering any competitions.

Membership Type Full YearEarly Bird Standard
Adult$395 $445
Curtin Student (or Alumni) $370$410
Cadet (under 17 years) $270$310

 

How To Register and Make Payments

(Swordfish fees are non-refundable except in extenuating circumstances and at the Committees discretion)

Payments can be made by going to Register Now links below.

Club Registration Fees are to be paid before entering a competition.

Adult Beginners Course Semester 1 – Closed

Adult Beginners Course Semester 2 – Closed

Children’s Swordfry Course Term 1 – Closed

Children’s Swordfry Course Term 2 – Closed

Children’s Swordfry Course Term 3 – Closed

Children’s Swordfry Course Term 4 – Closed

Swordfish Club Membership 2020 – Click Here

When joining, you will also need to sign our Indemnity Form. The form outlines our clubs policies, rules and regulations.

This is applicable to all members.

 

Don’t Forget Your FWA Fees

(Not applicable for Beginners)

Club fencers MUST BE affiliated with Fencing WA (FWA), the state fencing body. This is a requirement for insurance purposes, even if you do not wish to compete in state or national competitions.

If you wish to compete nationally you’ll need to add AFF Capitation to your membership.

Find out more by clicking on ‘Affiliation and Costs’ on the FWA site: Affiliation and Costs

Swordfry children and Adult Beginners do not have to affiliate with FWA.

Fencers at the end of the Adult Beginners Course will be invited to join our club. Affiliation with FWA will then be required.

 

Questions About Fees?

Questions? Get in contact with us by email at swordfishfencing@hotmail.com, or come down to our training and speak to our Registrar, Izzy!