Welcome to the Australian Music Association

Australian Music Association is the industry body for the music products sector – wholesalers, manufacturers, retailers and associated services for musical instruments, pro audio, print music, lighting and computer music.

Make Music Day! Join the worldwide celebration of music on June 21!

The president of the Global Make Music Alliance, Aaron Friedman launched the Make Music Day at the Amp Conference. For those who missed the presentation the pdf can be viewed here. From there Aaron took a flying visit over the following 10 days, having face-to-face meetings with our executive officer with 30 government and industry […]

Sounds of Summer Catalogue – AMA Retail Member Offer

Create your own Summer Sale Catalogue for a fraction of the cost! Not only that, all AMA retail member’s get 25% off!! Produced by For the first time, over twenty different musical instrument Wholesalers and Manufacturers have joined forces to bring you the Sounds of Summer Sale, Musical Instrument Catalogue. This gives retailers the opportunity […]

AMP Conference Gets Good Reviews

The Inaugural Amp Conference at SeaWorld Resort last week has been met with very positive feedback. The quality of the presenters and the insights imparted have been roundly applauded by attendees as addressing important issues. “The quality and diversity of presenters was bang on” wrote one member. Post conference research has overwhelmingly endorsed the conference […]

AGM Elects New Committee

The association’s AGM was held at Seaworld on September 5, and resulted in the election of a new executive committee. A new retail member was welcomed in Rob Mestric of Port Mac Guitars. and a new wholesale member, Matt Walsham from Roland. Returning retailers were Craig Johnston Keyboard Corner/KC’s Shop, Daryl Horwood, Musicorp and Graham […]

Byron Music Announces New Byron Bay Guitar Festival

Byron Bay Music will present the inaugural Byron Bay Guitar Festival on November 11 and 12. The Festival aims to bring together guitar enthusiasts and music lovers together in the iconic location. Already hosting internationally renowned festivals, Byron Bay is a destination on the music and culture map. Performers include Phil Emmanuel, Kevin Borich and […]

Ellaways Music Opens New Location

Iconic Brisbane retailer, Ellaways Music has opened a new location Ellaways Music at Shop 5B, 4-6 Burke Crescent, North Lakes, to add to its Kedron location

Cranbourne Music Supports School Rock Bands with Growing Festival

Ten Years ago Cranbourne Music started RockFest with 8 Bands and about 30 Students involved. By the next year it had nearly doubled that number to now involving 400 students playing and 100 involved in staging and sound – with junior and senior divisions. The events are held at schools that have a decent Theatre […]

Melbourne Guitar Show Hailed Best Yet

The 2017 Melbourne Guitar Show has been hailed as the best yet by exhibitors, punters and the artists. Lots of social media feedback particularly has encouraged us to think that we got the program and use of the venue right this year. This included bringing all entertainment inside (into warmer climes) this year, including a […]

Australian Music Association Receives Grant from The NAMM Foundation

Australian Music Association Receives Grant from The NAMM Foundation (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia- July 7, 2017) — The Australian Music Association has been named a grant recipient of The NAMM Foundation. The organization was selected as one of 24 organizations to receive a grant to fund vital programs that create and support access to musical instruction […]

AMP Conference 2017 Provides Best Practice Training Opportunities for Industry

The AMP Conference Speaker and Sessions program is all but finished with a further announcement of a key session entitles The State of Play in digital marketing presented by Richard Harris, Managing Director of IQ (Education) at the Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising. As technology is more ubiquitous in business, so the risks of non […]