IAA welcomes news of Telco Peering Policies

Yesterday the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced that Australian telcos, Telstra, Optus and TPG have published peering policies under which they will consider peering arrangements. As operators of Australia’s largest independent peering network, IX Australia, the Internet Association of Australia (IAA) are pleased to see progress towards a more open and transparent peering […]

NZNOG

Our friends across the Tasman are gearing up to host the 16th Annual NZNOG conference in January 2019. NZNOG will be hosted in the town of Napier  on 31 Jan and 1 Feb 2019. Preceding the conference are a series of workshops all the details of which will be announced soon. Fortunately this NZNOG does not […]

Rule Changes Approved

The Internet Association of Australia Inc is pleased to report the recent rules changes voted on at the 2018 Annual General Meeting have been confirmed and accepted by the Commissioner for Consumer Protection. The recent rules changes were a result of a detailed review following recommendations by the Associations Forum. The Associations Forum have been […]

AusNOG 2018

After 12 long years we were delighted to be back in the sponsor’s seat for AusNOG 2018. The Westin in Sydney provided the perfect backdrop for an excellent lineup of speakers and subjects that followed over the next two days. Everything from subsea cabling to routing and the coming of the robots was up for discussion. […]

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IAA Welcomes New Chair, David Hooton

Following the recent Annual General Meeting the Internet Association of Australia Inc Board have elected a team of office bearers and we are pleased to announce David Hooton as Board Chair. Returning to the role of Secretary is Nathan Brookfield, and David Brown returns as Treasurer until our new rules come into effect and the […]

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2018 AGM Wrap Up

We were thrilled to see a huge turn out of IAA Members at The Westin in Sydney for this year’s AGM. In his opening remarks Chair Joe Wooller said, “We have completed a significant amount of work on our Governance and Charter this year- this work is now 90% complete and we look forward to implementing […]

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IAA Founding Member Retires

It’s with an enormous amount of gratitude that we acknowledge the ground-breaking work of one of WAIA’s founding members, Kim Heitman. “In 1985, I plugged a 1200/75 Nice Modem into my Commodore 64 and joined the online community. This was the start of a fascinating journey…” As a Barrister and Solicitor with his own practice, […]

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2018 Annual General Meeting

The Internet Association of Australia (Inc) invites you to attend  our Annual General Meeting in Sydney. Venue:  The Westin, 1 Martin Place, Sydney Date:  Wednesday 29th August. Time: from  4.00pm for a 4.30pm start (AEST). Online: or via our live  web stream, from 4.30pm AEST. You can RSVP now, for both the Sydney event and the […]

Call for Board Nominations

Being on the IAA Board is a great way to get involved and give back to both the Association and to the internet community. All nominees must meet the IAA Board requirements within the Association Rules, available on our website here, and are required to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement and Conflict of Interest Disclosure on joining […]

Now Accepting AMEX

The Accounts Team are please to confirm that we are now accepting payments via American Express. Payments via American Express can be made online via the members portal or by phoning 1300 653 132.