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We’re sure you have questions. Learn more about WACA Membership and the application process with our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Q: Who can use my Membership Card?

A: Your WACA Member Card is strictly non-transferable and may not be used by any person other than the designated Member. This is without exception and precludes lending the Member card within the family. Any Member whose card is used by another person, intentionally or not, including family Members, will have their Card retained by the Membership office.

Match Day staff carry out identification checks to ensure the person in possession of the Membership Card is the valid Member.

Q: Where can I sit?

A: Seating within the Members Enclosure is available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis in the Lillee Marsh Stand, Players Pavilion and South West Members Pavilion. Members can also utilise the Members Grassed Area and Members Terrace.

As a special service, Members who do not wish to queue early have the option for to purchase reserved seats for the International and Big Bash League Matches in the South West Members Pavilion.

Q: Can I bring non-Members into the Members' Enclosure?

A: There are two options available to Members who wish to bring guests into the Members Enclosure. Members can include a transferrable Guest Card in their subscription or can purchase Visitor Passes for selected match days.

A: Transferable Guest Card allows you to bring a guest into the Members Enclosure for all matches, including International and Big Bash League fixtures, utilising all the facilities available to WACA Members. A Transferable Guest Card holder may attend matches without the Member being present. The Member will be held responsible for all actions of the Transferable Guest Card holder/Visitors as per Membership By-Laws.

Q: What is a High Attendee?

A: Members who have attended 50% or more match days at the WACA Ground during the previous season will automatically qualify for a High Attendee Entrance Card. A priority entrance queue will be provided at Gate 8 for High Attendee Entrance Card holders during all International match days and Big Bash League fixtures.

Q: I have lost my Membership Card, what can I do?

A: If a Member loses or has their Member and/or Transferable Guest Card stolen, the following procedure should be followed in order to obtain replacement cards:

Contact the Membership office ASAP on (08) 9265 7279 or email and report the cards lost/stolen. The cards will then be marked inactive and will no longer allow access to the Ground. A re-issuing fee of $10.00 is to be paid in advance.

The Membership office will provide complimentary Day Replacement passes to those Members wanting to attend matches while waiting for their new card to be issued. Members must visit the Membership office at Gate 8 each match day with suitable photo identification.


Applying for WACA Membership

Q: How much is a WACA Membership?

A: Once accepted to the waitlist, the next step before you are offered Membership is a one-off nomination fee, currently set at $305 for adults and $115 for juniors. Once you are offered nomination and it is paid, you will be offered full Membership for the upcoming season. The fees for a full WACA Membership depend on where you live and the type of membership category you choose. See our payments and renewals page for a breakdown of prices. Concession rates may be available for those aged 65+, associated club players and those that live in regional areas.

Q: Are there any age limits to Membership?

A: A WACA Waitlist application may be lodged at any time, irrespective of the age. Applicants will be offered full Membership when they have reached the top of the waitlist and are at least six years of age as of 1 October of that year. All Waitlist Members under the age of six will remain on the list until they turn six and are able to take up Membership when it becomes available.

Q: Why can I only sign up to the WACA Membership Waitlist via the website?

A: Signing up online allows each application to be processed in order of sign up. This provides a fair system to offer Membership on a first-come first-served basis.

Q: Are there any ongoing fees relating to the WACA Membership Waitlist?

A: No, the WACA Waitlist fee is paid only at the initial join stage. Once Membership becomes available, you will be offered nomination, leading to full Membership.

Q: I have just signed up to the WACA Membership Waitlist. What happens next?

A: Once you have signed up you will receive a confirmation email. You will then be issued a WACA Member ID number.

Q: How long should I expect to wait before being offered WACA Membership?

A: This is monitored on an ongoing basis, but generally once a year in May.


By enrolling to the WACA Membership Waitlist, you are agreeing to the Terms & Conditions of WACA Membership.

Please Note: This information is subject to change without notice.