Seafood Industry Australia Membership
Seafood Industry Australia Limited (SIA) was created as the new national peak industry body in 2017. SIA’s formation was the outcome of a two year process involving consultations and commitments by seafood businesses and organisations from across Australia.
As a member-based association, we are enabled to underpin and safeguard the Australian seafood industry through the support of our members. The benefits of SIA's work extend to every corner of the industry. We thank our members for their ongoing support.
Seafood businesses agreed that there is a need for and value in forming an influential national body to represent the whole seafood industry on national and international issues.
Before SIA was formed, 95 businesses, organisations and individuals had already pledged to become financial members.
Find out more about SIA and membership by downloading the SIA Membership Information and Application Form and completing the membership form now.
You can also read the Seafood Industry Australia Constitution.
Who can be a member?
Membership of Seafood Industry Australia is open to individual businesses, seafood industry associations and individuals from all sectors of the Australian seafood industry.
It includes membership from the wild catch, aquaculture and post-harvest sectors.
Membership classes and fees
SIA understands that many businesses and individuals are deeply invested in the success of the Australia seafood industry. Therefore SIA was designed as an inclusive organisation which provides avenues for all members to become involved and achieve better outcomes for the Australian seafood industry.
SIA has tiered membership categories for voting members, with different fees depending on the size of the organisation. The membership categories include:
- small, medium and large businesses and
- small, medium and large industry associations.
SIA also has a non-voting class of members, which includes different fees for
- Affiliated/allied small business and
- Affiliated/allied large business.
How to become a member
The SIA board invites you to review the SIA Membership Information and Application Form and confirm your support by completing the Membership Application, so that we can move forward on the national issues of highest priority to seafood businesses.
Not a member yet? Many of Australia’s leading seafood businesses and industries are already pledged members of SIA. Show your support for the seafood industry and join SIA today.