About the club
The ANU SCUBA club is an affiliated club of the Sport and Recreation Association (Inc) of the Australian National University, and has been
in existence since May 1968.
We aim to promote diving within the university community, mainly by providing
a focus for the pooling of members experience and backing this with a collection
of club equipment. Club members run regular trips to the South Coast, and the
club provides cheap access to SCUBA gear, boat rides and a wealth of accumulated
experience encouraging members to improve their level of SCUBA diving.
General club information
- Secretary 2015, including
Agendas, Minutes and Action items for 2015.
- Secretary 2014, including
Agendas, Minutes and Action items for 2014.
- Secretary 2013, including
Agendas, Minutes and Action items for 2013.
- Secretary 2011, including
Agendas, Minutes and Action items for 2011.
- Secretary 2010, including
Agendas, Minutes and Action items for 2010.
- Secretary 2009, including
minutes of and agendas for meetings in 2009 and early 2010.
- Secretary 2008
- Secretary 2007, including
minutes of and agendas for meetings in 2007 and early 2008.
- Secretary 2006, including
minutes of and agendas for committee meetings in 2006 and early 2007.
- Secretary 2005, including
minutes of committee meetings in 2005 and early 2006.
- Secretary 2004
- Secretary 2003
- Secretary 2002
- The club operates according to its constitution. The club committee have
traditional roles explained in the duty
- If you're going to be handling money for the club, we have some
guidelines to make the
- We have some notes on the club's
insurance and what it means for members and for the club as a whole.
- With the expiry of our three year plan (1998-2000) the Club
drafted a ten-year
financial plan (2001-2010) which describes how we intend to maintain
and replace our vital equipment in order to ensure good and safe diving
for our members. It serves as a guide for our budgets and grant applications.