The  consultation period for feedback on the proposed changes to the Association Rules has now closed. 

The Executive Committee of the Association have now called for a Special General Meeting to be held. 

Special General Meeting
Monday 23rd January 2017
5.30pm, for a 6.00pm start
Wolf Lane Rear 321 Murray Street Perth

The Special General Meeting is being held to allow members to vote on the proposed changes to the Association Rules. A copy of the proposed Rules, along with the agenda and motion for vote are available in our SGM Briefing Pack.

Download a copy of the SGM Briefing Pack here.

Special Presentation

The SGM will also include special presentation from Tim Hoffman. Tim is the Senior Engineer / Global Network Lead at Twitter and an IAA Executive Committee Member.

SGM Voting
Postal voting is now open, download your voting slip here. We encourage members to review the voting contact information in the portal to ensure the information is up to date.  For any assistance with the portal please contact

We hope you can join us either in person, or via our live webstream. Association members can RSVP now via the Members Portal, and non-members may register to attend the SGM here.

For any additional information regarding the Special General Meeting please do not hesitate to contact For event enquiries please contact

We welcome the input of all our members as we work towards compliance with the new legislation.


David Allen
Secretary, Internet Association of Australia Inc.

The Internet Association of Australia Inc. (IAA) operates in accordance with the rules of its Constitution that have been in place for a number of years. Those rules address matters such as eligibility for membership, the composition of the Executive Committee, voting at meetings of the IAA and certain other matters concerning the administration of the IAA.

As the IAA is an association incorporated in Western Australia, it is subject to the Associations Incorporation Act 2015 (WA), which came into effect on the 1st July 2016, replacing the previous Western Australian incorporated associations legislation passed in 1987. The IAA, like other Western Australian associations, is required to update the rules of its Constitution to ensure compliance with the new legislation.

In order to comply with the new laws the Executive Committee has prepared a new set of Rules that it proposes should replace the existing IAA Constitution. We are happy to discuss the proposed new Rules with Members before putting the proposed new Rules to a vote at a Special General Meeting of Members.

Membership Consultation
The proposed new Rules are being distributed to members for review prior to a Special General Meeting to be held on the 23rd January 2017.

Members are encouraged to provide feedback to the Association on the proposed new Rules through to the end of a consultation period expiring on the 16th December 2016.  A full Member Briefing Pack is available here, and feedback can be provided to

Special General Meeting
Following the consultation period the Secretary will call a Special General Meeting, to be held on the evening of the 23rd January 2017. The SGM will be held in Perth, and streamed online for all members.

We welcome the input of all our members as we work towards compliance with the new legislation.