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  • CCA offers allied status registration arrangements

    reciprocal2The Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of NSW (CCA) recognises the importance of proactively working with the community, its own members and those of similar organisations across Australasia. With that objective in mind the CCA is very pleased to be able to offer allied status to financial cemetery and crematorium members of other state based cemetery and crematorium associations, including ACCA.

  • CCA welcomes new member, Wollondilly Shire Council

    Wollondilly 300The CCA is pleased to announce its latest member, Wollondilly Shire Council. Located at the south-western fringe of the Sydney metropolitan area, about 75 kilometres from the Sydney CBD, the Council manages 3 operational Cemeteries in the townships of Thirlmere, Picton and Bargo. Additionally there is an unformed cemetery at Couridjah and an historic Yerranderie Cemetery, which is now closed.

  • CCANSW - IT PAYS TO BELONG!

    There are tangible benefits for cemetery and crematoria operators in becoming a member of Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of NSW (CCANSW).

    Members can more than save their subscription each year, by taking advantage of member offers.

  • CCANSW Allied Status Benefits, Terms and Conditions

    The Cemeteries and Crematoria Association of NSW (CCANSW) recognises the importance of proactively working with the community, its own members and those of similar organisations across Australasia. With that objective in mind the CCA is very pleased to be able to offer allied status to financial (cemetery and crematorium) members of other state based cemetery and crematorium associations, including ACCA. Subject to the Terms and Conditions, no fees apply.

    The benefits, terms and conditions by which the Allied Status invitation is extended are set out below:

    Benefits include:

    Terms & Conditions of Allied Status Membership:

    • Must be a registered website user
    • Must be a cemetery and/or crematoria who are financial members of another Australian cemeteries & crematoria association (CCAV, CCASA, CCAWA, QCCA & ACCA)
    • CCANSW Website Privacy Policy
    • CCANSW Website Policy
    • Application must be by one of the prescribed online methods
    • CCANSW is incorporated in NSW under the Associations Incorporation Act 1984 and is registered by the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). 
    • Subject to these conditions, Allied Status registration is free
    • The CCANSW reserves the right to change the Terms and Conditions of Allied Status registration.

    Apply for Allied Status Registration

    IMPORTANT: You need to be a register user of this website and logged in.

    .Fill in the application form

    OR

     Contact the CCANSW secretary with your details and we will follow up with you.

  • CONSTITUTION OF CEMETERIES & CREMATORIA ASSOCIATION OF NEW SOUTH WALES INCORPORATED

    Version 5:
    Adopted: 22nd June 2017
     
    Cemeteries & Crematoria Association of New South Wales
    Phone: 02 9264 2000 Fax: 02 9264 5499
    Address: PO Box A233, Sydney South NSW 1235
  • Media Release: CCANSW extends Allied Status invitation

    ccalogotransparent dropshadowAs CCANSW continues the development of services provided to members in response to their needs and industry trends, it is keen to encourage the development of professional networking with other industry Associations and ACCA.

    Sharing of information has been identified as a high priority in recent membership surveys.  Expansion of CCANSW's internet platform provides new and improved opportunities to achieve this.

  • Membership Fee Proposals 2017

    For your convenience the 2017 membership fee proposals have been placed in the document storage on the Members Only site. You will need to be a CCANSW member and log in to access the documents.

     NB: A link to all conference papers has been placed on the sub menu at the top of the Members Only site under the heading "Wyong Papers"

  • News & Update from CCANSW Members

  • Website resources for CCANSW members

    In addition to the website's resources available to visitors and registered users, CCNSW members have access to a Members Only site and a s special discussion forumarea  - you need to be logged in with a CCANSW member's delegate account to access these resources.

    Members Only Website

    The site is primarily an online document store containing information such as minutes, governance documents, industry reports and restricted information. As a member you can search for and view documents. You can also submit files for other members to share.

    CCANSW Members only discussion forum

    A forum where CCANSW members can discuss sensitive issues - the forum can only be accessed by CCANSW members

     

  • Wyong conference 2017 attendance list

    For your convenience the Attendance List for the Wyong Conferencehas been placed into the online document storage on the Members Only website.  You will need to be a CCANSW member and log in to access the documents.

    NB: A link to all conference papers has been placed on the sub menu at the top of the Members Only site under the heading "Wyong Papers"