If you have more than 20 to 25 local land kiters then go for it. Less than that it becomes more difficult in being able to afford your annual insurance with the rates continually climbing. If you're not there yet, focus on spending a year growing your actual numbers of kiters, then revisit it when you have enough people. Otherwise, if you tire, then there's nobody to keep the club running.
I have all the info you need for this, as I have just gone through a similar process here in Victoria. Shoot me an email if you want more info, you can take that info and work with it as you please.
Now for a rant
Expect a lot of people to give you lots of great ideas, then watch them do very little to assist you.
The ones with the most ideas will assist the least, yet complain the most