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A company is a Metropolitan Member if it is situated in the greater metropolitan area of those cities in which NCSA branches exist. At present there are branches in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Adelaide.
A Regional Member is a company that has its head office within an approximate 200km radius of an NCSA branch metro. In such a case the benefit of full Metropolitan Membership is reduced due to the longer distance to be travelled to take part in any of the branch functions. This merits a discounted membership subscription. At present those areas where there are members who would be entitled to Regional Membership are defined in the Membership Application side panel.
Areas beyond the Regional Area is defined as Country Membership. This membership subscription is reduced even further as there is a greater degree of difficulty in partaking in branch functions.