A Crohn’s & Colitis Australia membership allows you to stay up-to-date with the latest news and research, add your voice to the campaign to improve treatment and find a cure, and learn how to manage your IBD – as well as gaining new benefits to empower you to live fearlessly.

Why join as a member?

By becoming a member of Crohn’s & Colitis Australia, you help build a stronger patient community that exists to support people living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, and their families and carers.

Explore the range of benefits available as a member.

Already a member?

Want to check your membership status? Is it time for you to renew your CCA membership? Or would you like to check out your online member benefits? Head to the Members Area now!

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What our members say

“It’s great to see stories of others managing their condition through the magazine, and to get updates on emerging research”

“A significant step toward owning my disease and still feeling as though I belong was receiving my Can’t Wait Card”

“My son has been newly diagnosed this year and it has been wonderful having someone to call. The information I have received has been invaluable.”

How much does it cost?

The standard cost of membership is $45 per year, with a concession rate of $27 per year available to those who hold a concession entitlement. Choose your duration – one, two, three or five years – with discounts available for three and five year memberships.

Standard $45

Concession $27

Standard $90

Concession $54

Standard $120

Concession $75

Standard $200

Concession $125

To qualify as a concession member, you must hold a government-recognised pension (any type of card appearing on this list), be a tertiary student (TAFE/University), or be aged under 18 years

Health Insurance rebates: some insurers offer rebates on CCA membership under ‘disease or health management’. We recommend checking with the provider of your private health insurance whether your membership fee is eligible for a rebate under your level of cover.