Become a member today to be a part of the transition to a food system that sustains healthy and flourishing communities and ecosystems

Our annual membership fees



We welcome individual memberships. Please contact us via for more information.


Not for Profit organisations
+ Businesses

Sliding scale depending on organisational size and turnover.

Suggested membership as follows:

$150: Small community groups and organisations with budgets under $100,000

$375: Organisations / businesses with more than 5 staff and budgets under $250,000

$625: Organisations / businesses with more than 10 staff and budgets under $500,000

$800: Organisations / businesses with up to 15 staff and budgets under $750,000

$1000: Organisations / businesses with up to 20 staff and budgets under $1,000,000


+ Industry associations
+ Local / state governments

+ Public sector organisations 

+ Large businesses


Suggested membership as follows:

$1250: Organisations / Institutions / businesses with up to 50 staff and budgets up to $2 mn

$1750: Organisations / Institutions/ businesses with up to 75 staff and budgets up to $4 mn

$2500: Organisations / Institutions / businesses with up to 150 staff and budgets up to $10 mn

$3500: Organisations / Institutions / businesses with more than 200 staff and budgets over $20 mn


Become a member

By becoming a member you and/or your organisation are supporting the ongoing development of Sustain and the transition to a connected and thriving Australian food system.

Members of the Australian Food Network work together towards building a healthy, sustainable and fair food system that benefit all Australians.

Benefits of Membership

  • Collaborate as part of a community of practice, sharing lessons and learning from research, policy and project work.
  • Invitations and discounts to events and conferences organised by Sustain
  • Discounted access to research and consultancy and event services
  • Connect to emerging research collaborations in food security, and food law, policy and governance
  • Receive a highlighted listing on the online Australian Food Systems Network
  • Work with students and interns as part of a community-engaged learning program
  • Be named and have a profile on the Sustain website, showcasing existing policies, strategies, programs, initiatives and achievements
  • Link to affiliated national and international alliances and coalitions, such as the Right to Food Coalition

Join our current members

Local Government
+ Academia

  • Mornington Peninsula Shire Council
  • City of Greater Bendigo
  • William Angliss Institute

Individual members

  • Dr Beverley Wood
  • Sandra Murray
  • Deborah Garlick

Not for Profits
+ Businesses
+ Industry Networks

  • Community Volunteers 
Australia New Zealand
  • Melbourne Farmers Markets
  • Food Fossickers, Bendigo
  • My Local Feast Farmers Market
  • HomeGrown Me
  • Slow Food Melbourne
  • Willunga GreenLight EcoMarket
  • The Community Grocer
  • EPIC Project, Yarra Ranges
  • The Hills Food Frontier
Become a member