Wildlife Health Australia aims to link, inform and support people and organisations who work with or have an interest in wildlife health across Australia through technical advice, facilitation, communications and professional support.
By becoming a member of WHA, you join a network of stakeholders with an interest in wildlife health. Your benefits as a WHA member include:
Check out our Membership Fact Sheet (2.3MB) for more information.
The WHA membership categories are detailed within the WHA Constitution and are also summarised on the Membership Application Form.
Please fill in the WHA Membership Application Form and return to the WHA Public Officer (contact details below). Please note, your signature is required on page 2.
All written requests for membership will be provided to the WHA Management Committee for consideration, and notification of results will be sent to applicants.
The Public Officer of WHA must establish and maintain a register of members of Wildlife Health Australia specifying the name, postal address and principal place of business of each member, the date on which the person became a member, the class of membership, and the contact details of the member’s representatives (for organisational or funding members). This register must be open for inspection, free of charge, to any member of WHA.
If you would like access to the electronic Wildlife Health Information System (eWHIS), you will first need to become a member of WHA (see above). Once your membership has been confirmed, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org requesting access to eWHIS.