Welcome to the Australian Koi Association, a club formed in 1981 with just 37 members who had a common interest in koi and a diversity of preferences for types of koi.
We now have hundreds of members and an active program of meeting nights, shows and auctions.
We have developed close links with other interstate and international koi organisations and koi judges.
New members are always welcome!
Introducing the AKA's patron, Professor Simon Chapman AO...click here for more
Changes to AKA auction sizes and types
The AKA has made several changes to improve the quality of koi sold at our auctions.
Commencing at our June 17th auction, the minimum size acceptable will be increased to 75 mm, up from the current 50 mm. Commencing at the same auction, all non-metallic white koi (shiro muji) and all non-metallic red koi (aka muji), will be banned at our auctions.
Any koi presented that does not meet these new requirements will not be allowed to be sold and will return home with their owner. It is hoped these by introducing these changes that in time AKA’s Auctions will improve and the quality level of koi will be greatly improved.
For full details please click here.
||Show results, including the last few years of results for our Large Koi Show, Young Koi Show, Tategoi of the Year and Dave Pogson Memorial Trophy are available on the News page.
Read our latest newsletters
You can download our latest newsletters in PDF form:
AKA Reporter Oct-Nov 2016
AKA Reporter Aug-Sep 2016
AKA Reporter Jun-Jul 2016
AKA Reporter April-May 2016
AKA Reporter Feb-Mar 2016
AKA Reporter Oct-Nov 2015
AKA Reporter Aug-Sep 2015
AKA Reporter June-July 2015
AKA Reporter April-May 2015
AKA Reporter Feb-Mar 2015
AKA Reporter Dec 2014-Jan 2015
AKA Reporter Oct-Nov 2014
AKA Reporter Aug-Sep 2014
AKA Reporter June-July 2014
AKA Reporter April-May 2014
AKA Reporter Feb-Mar 2014
AKA Reporter Dec 2013-Jan 2014
AKA Reporter Oct-Nov 2013
AKA Reporter Aug-Sep 2013
AKA Reporter Jun-Jul 2013
AKA Reporter Apr-May 2013
AKA Reporter Feb-Mar 2013
AKA Reporter Dec 2012 - Jan 2013
AKA Reporter October-November 2012
AKA Reporter August-September 2012
AKA Reporter June-July 2012
AKA Reporter April-May 2012
AKA Reporter February-March 2012
AKA Reporter December 2011-January 2012
AKA Reporter October-November 2011
AKA Reporter August-September 2011
AKA Reporter June-July 2011
AKA Reporter April-May 2011
AKA Reporter February-March 2011
AKA Reporter December 2010 - January 2011
|AKA guide to koi keeping
The fascinating history of koi, and some basic information on their care and feeding.
A complete list of all koi classifications.
Breeding and culling
Preparation for breeding, spawning, care of the fry and culling.
Genealogy of koi
As with all good breeding, it's all in the genes!
Preparation, planning, design and a fair amount of hard labour all contribute to a successful pond project.
Understanding, installing and maintaining biological filtration in your koi ponds.
A complete A to Z of koi terms.
Koi herpes virus (KHV)
Download a fact sheet from the Invasive Animals Centre for Collaborative Research about KHV
Other koi resources and websites of interest including other Australian and international koi societies.
Become a member and take part in our regular members' meetings, koi shows, tours and koi auctions
The aims of the AKA:
- The promotion of friendship and understanding through koi.
- To have available an advisory service to all koi keepers.
- To hold shows, displays and exhibitions to help introduce our hobby to the public.
- To operate as a family oriented club.
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