Why become an AGGA Member?

As a member-based organisation, the Australian Glass and Glazing Association (AGGA) is the peak industry body in the national glass industry representing the interests of glass manufacturers, suppliers, processors, wholesalers and importers throughout Australia. As a national body, AGGA's strength and advocacy relies on the support of its members.

Leadership, safety, technical, quality control, compliance, training and continuing professional development, as well as sustainability of the glass and glazing industry, are the key platforms for AGGA and it's members.

AGGA offers a wide range of member benefits designed to make compliance with government obligations easier and to maximise the competitiveness of your business.

Member benefits include:

  • Industry specific training and trade seminars, as well as access to the Accredited Company Program. Accredited member companies are able to strengthen their reputation by purchasing glass labels from the AGGA that bear the AGGA logo with your company's accreditation number.
  • Access to the members’ only section of the AGGA website, which contains useful information on technical, safety and training issues.
  • Opportunity to participate in setting industry direction
  • AGGA can advocate on behalf of your business to government and other regulatory bodies on matters relating to the specification, regulation and installation of glass.
  • Opportunity to attend and participate in industry and networking events including annual state and national conferences and educational sessions. 
  • As members, your business will be better informed and abreast with industry trends.

How to become an AGGA member

If you are keen to take an indsutry lead, you must first become a member of your State Association (the state where you're business is registered).  Please visit the State Associations pages in this website where you will find contact info and links to all of the States individual web pages. You can download membership forms and review their fees. Alternatively, call 03 8669 0170 or email