Since its inception, the CSA has published a newsletter. Below are the most recent versions of Dulci Tomes and the Australian Carillon News.
Composing for the Australian Carillons
The carillon is the largest concert instrument in existence. The accepted international definition of the carillon is: A musical instrument which consists of at least 23 fixed carillon bells (almost two octaves) arranged in a chromatic series and played from a keyboard that permits control of expression through variation of touch.
The National Carillon in Canberra has 55 bells, and the War Memorial Carillon in Sydney has 54 bells.
For more details on the two Australian carillons, and a general discussion on composing techniques, follow the link below.