The SIAA has a leading role in advising government on behalf of the space industry. By adding your support, the SIAA can represent your views and provide you with opportunities to connect with others in the industry.


We advocate on behalf of the industry, harnessing the skills and expertise of our membership to address issues of common concern to corporations, businesses and individuals


We actively promote and facilitate commercial, industrial and research opportunities for our members nationally and internationally.


We hold meetings and events across Australia, engaging with our members to devise and communicate policies that support the development of the Australian space industry.

What can SIAA do for its members?

SIAA seeks to focus the individual interests of its members into a collective industry-based voice.  We harness the skills and expertise of our membership to address issues of common concern to individuals and businesses involved in, or seeking the benefits of the space environment.  By adding your support, SIAA can provide you with information, expertise and advice that is timely and relevant to your business development needs and concerns.

Who are SIAA's members?

Satellite operators, launch providers, engineers, scientists, researchers, university students, lawyers, policy analysts, insurance experts, financiers, consultants, and others.  SIAA's membership represents the diverse character of the Australian space industry.  Membership is open to all businesses, educational institutions, government organisations and individuals involved in the space industry or with an interest in space and a desire to establish a strong and diverse space industry in Australia.

What does it cost to become a member?

SIAA has three membership categories to reflect the range of industry participation.


Exclusive Membership



Register your interest and apply



Entry Level Membership