For a number of years one of the key priorities for community Landcare groups has been cost effective insurance that provides adequate protection for group members. The Landcare Association of SA is pleased to offer its member groups the option of taking out insurance cover for a very low premium, via our preferred insurance broker Ceneta Insurance Services.
In partnership with Ceneta Insurance Services and Community Underwriting, LASA have developed a cost effective insurance scheme tailored specifically to the Landcare community, which provides LASA members with a low cost solution to a difficult insurance problem. There is a broad range of cover including General (Public) Liability, Voluntary Worker’s Personal Accident and Association Liability policies, which provide the cover needed by Landcare organisations to continue to operate effectively. Groups can choose to take out any one, two or all three of the insurance policies available.
To be eligible for the insurance package, community groups must be incorporated and must be a member of the Landcare Association of South Australia. Membership is open to any South Australian community group with an interest in Landcare including those organisations caring for the State’s urban and rural bushland, waterways, wetlands, natural places. You can quickly and easily sign-up here for $50 per year if your group is not already a member.
As it is a national scheme, the insurance scheme’s 12 month policy period renews on the 1st of March annually. There are no pro rata rates available, so regardless of when you take out cover, the price will be the same as the full annual premium, and will renew on the 1st of March annually.
Please review the documents below and complete the application form here, to request a quote from Ceneta.
Disclaimer: The information provided by Ceneta Insurance Services on this website is for general information purposes only, and it is not a substitute for professional advice. You should always consider the PDS/Policy wording before making a decision. Coverage may differ based on specific clauses in individual policies.