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Promoting professionalism within the DJ & MC industry through information, education, networking & support.
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The DJAA is a group of professional DJ & MC Entertainers from across Australasia who have joined forces to create a quality benchmark for their industry.
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Becoming a member of the DJAA can not only get you accredited but links you with other like-minded professionals.
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Join the DJAA to network, and learn from other amazing DJs & MCs just like yourself!
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About the DJ Alliance Australasia.

The DJ Alliance Australasia Incorporated (DJAA) is a not for profit association for disc jockeys and master of ceremonies across Australia and New Zealand. It was formed in 2010 and incorporated in 2014 to serve not only DJs & MCs, but also consumers and related industries as well. It is a self-regulating association and operates under a national constitution, code of conduct and code of ethics.

The DJAA has established a code of conduct, code of ethics and guidelines specifying the professional values and high standards that members are expected to follow. Individuals may apply for DJAA membership only after they have submitted evidence of meeting membership criteria and a signed acknowledgement that they will conform to and operate within the codes and guidelines.

The main purpose of the Association is to encourage through training and providing information, the art of being a DJ and Master of Ceremonies.

Our Story

The DJ Alliance Australasia Inc. was originally founded in early 2010 and began as the DJ Alliance Australia. With a clear passion for the industry, the team set out to help raise the standards of Mobile DJs and MCs within Australia.

After networking with other like-minded professional DJs and MCs in the industry, the membership base commenced to grow. With a clear vision and plan proposed for the future growth of the DJAA, it was agreed to form a committee of members who would help shape the direction and growth of the DJAA with the overall aim to establish Australasia’s first DJ, MC Association. On 14 July 2014 this vision became a reality when The DJ Alliance Australasia Incorporated became a Registered National Body owned by its members.