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Welcome to the new website

We are very pleased to launch our new and improved website. The website is based on a new platform which means you will need to reset your password to access the members area. Members who have paid up till the end of 2015 will just need to reset the password, if you were a member in 2014 and haven't paid for 2015 you will need to reset password and then modify you subscription to suit your preference. This can be done under your profile. If you are an older member you can click on the Join BSA and register to become a member again.

To reset the password and access the members area you will need to do the following -

  1. Click on the 'Forgotten Password' link near the login area and enter you email address to reset the password.
  2. You will receive a reset password link via email.
  3. Click on the link and set-up a new password
  4. Login with the new password, this will take you to your profile page where you can manage your membership.
  5. 2014 members can renew their membership by clicking on the appropriate membership type on the left under Modify Subscription.
  6. 2015 members don't need to do anything and can access the members area.
  7. If you were not a member in 2014 you can sign-up again by visiting the Join BSA page and follow the directions on the page.

For any access issues please email the Webmaster on webmaster@bamboo.org.au

Latest News...

Freemite Treatment workshop

One day workshop on the treatment of bamboo organised by Bamboo Society of Australia in collaboration with Thierry Cayot, inventor of Freemite. Freemite is an organic, non-toxic and plant-based treatment issued from years of researches and a new eco-friendly termite treatment and pest control.


Bamboo Bulletin Apr 2015

The latest Bamboo Bulletin is out now and available to download on our website.


About the Society

The Bamboo Society of Australia (BSA) was formed in 19XX and became incorporated in the state of Queensland in 19XX. The BSA currently has over 120 members across Australia including various bamboo nurseries and other business.

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Join BSA

BSA has members throughout Australia and internationally. Members get access to the members only area with various benefits. Visit the Join BSA page for more information on membership fees and benefits.

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Bamboo Magazines

The Bamboo Society of Australia issues two Bamboo Bulletins a year with lots of information about bamboo from Australia and around the world. 

The society also has a magazine sharing agreement with various other bamboo societies around the world so that you can enjoy bamboo magazines from around the world.

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Bamboo Society on Facebook

The Bamboo Society of Australia has a very active Facebook group. Its is is an open group and anyone can join the group free of charge. To join the group visit the group home page and click on Join.

You can see some of the recent feed below.

Facebook Posts

Build with bamboo, make herbal medicines, design and plant a food forest, learn about Bali's UNESCO world heritage Subak irrigation system, fundamentals of aquaponics and be part of a permaculture design project for The Kul Kul Farm. All whilst experiencing the world renowned Green school. A once in a lifetime opportunity to experience permaculture! Register today to reserve your place this Aug 7-23. #permaculturedesigncourse #permaculture #greeneducation #natureliving #workshop #bali #ecoliving #diy #gardening #farming #sustainability #bamboobuilding #herbalmedicine #regenerative ... See MoreSee Less

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A group of Bodo women carrying 'jakois' for fishing at Mushalpur in Baska district, on Monday, May 25, 2015. - UB Photos | The Assam Tribune

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A group of Bodo women carrying 'jakois' for fishing at Mushalpur in Baska district, on Monday, May 25, 2015. - UB Photos | The Assam Tribune

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