Membership Fees

Swordfish Fencers Membership Fees *

*All fees incur a 5.5% processing fee

Swordfish Members can choose from Early Bird Annual Fee or two half yearly payments for your convenience.

Membership Type – Full and half year options. Register and pay below.Early Bird closes 26/02/23Per person
Adult – Full Year (due by 31/3/23) $400$460
Cadet (under 17 years) – Full Year (due by 31/3/23) $375$435
Cadet (under 17 years) – half year payment (due by 31/3/23)January – June$217.50
Cadet (under 17 years) – half year payment (due by 31/8/23)January – June$217.50
Curtin Student (or Alumni) – Full Year (due by 31/3/23) $375 $435
Curtin Student (or Alumni) – half year payment (due by 31/3/23)January – June$217.50
Curtin Student (or Alumni) – half year payment (due by 31/8/23)July – December $217.50 

We are a KidSport Approved Club! Families who fit the eligibility criteria can receive up to $150 government assistance per calendar year. Find out more by visiting


Curtin University Beginners Class Fees *

*All fees incur a 5.5% processing fee

Beginners Classes run each Curtin University Semester at Curtin Stadium.

10 week course. Includes first Have A Go session free.

Equipment is provided. Please wear long pants and gym shoes and don’t forget your water bottle!

Membership Type – Register and pay below.Per Semester
Curtin Student (or Alumni)$140
Non-Curtin Student$150

How To Register and Make Payments

(Swordfish Membership and Beginners Course fees are non-refundable except in extenuating circumstances and at the Committee’s discretion)

Payments can be made by going to RegisterNow links below.

Swordfish Club Membership – Open

Beginners Course Semester 1 March 2024

Beginners Course Semester 2 –  August 2024

When joining, you will also need to sign our Indemnity Form. The form outlines our clubs policies, rules and regulations. Signing the Indemnity Form is required for all members.

Also, all Club fencers (except Beginners) 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 FWA affiliation. Find out more by clicking on ‘Affiliation and Costs’ on the FWA site: Affiliation and Costs

Curtin University Beginners Course fencers do not have to affiliate with FWA during the 10 week course.

Fencers at the end of the 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, or come down to our training and speak to our Registrar, Louise!