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Renew membership or join ACTERA

Membership is due on 1 May each year. Current rates are: Single – $15; Family – $20.

Send completed membership forms to the following address, or email to (PDF 176 kb)

ACTERA Treasurer
6 Marawa Place
Aranda ACT 2614

Download renewal/membership form as PDF (29 kb) for completing by hand
OR as MS Word document (38 kb) for completing onscreen and emailing back

Pay electronically

You can pay by EFT or direct deposit to:

Account name:   ACT Endurance Riders Association
Bank:   Commonwealth Bank
BSB:   062 913
Account number:   00902323
Reference:   Your last name* and initials

*You must include your name so we can identify your payment. Please advise the treasurer (details below) that you have paid and the name of your bank.

Pay by cheque

Send a cheque and your renewal/membership form to the treasurer at the address listed above.

What we do

ACTERA's principal activity is to conduct annual endurance horse rides of no less than 80 kilometres, along with shorter rides to introduce and promote the sport of endurance riding to newcomers.

This activity draws together people who may be interested in the sport, including veterinarians and others concerned with the good health and management of horses competing in endurance horse rides in the ACT and surrounding districts.

Rules of Association

ACTERA is incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act 1991 of the Australian Capital Territory. The ACTERA financial year is 1 May to 30 April. Our Rules of Association can be viewed in Adobe Acrobat PDF format:

ACTERA Rules of Association June 2011 (PDF 63 kB)

Note: You need a PDF reader (e.g. Adobe Acrobat Reader, Nitro Pro) to read PDF files. If you don't have suitable software you can search online for an application.

Contacts 2019–20


Steve Roberts

Vice President:

Gertraud Norton


Melanie O'Flynn


Cathy Banwell

ACTERA postal address:

6 Marawa Place
Aranda ACT 2614

Annual general meetings

The association's financial year is 1 May–30 April, and annual general meetings (AGMs) are held on a date within five months following 30 April.

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