Memberships are now due for renewal for Financial Year 2021/22.
You MUST be fully paid up to vote at the AGM or nominate for a position on the Committee.
Renewal options are:
– Pay cash at the next meeting
– Contact David Matheson or Graham Lathleiff for the club bank account details for a direct transfer
– Renew online HERE
Remember, for ANGFA NSW memberships, you can ONLY join or renew direct with us – NOT through any other State or National
Starting in October and tied in with our Breeders Draw a new initiative to help spread around those rarer fish, even while we’re locked down.
It costs you nothing to participate. The winner will be drawn at the end of the month and the fish sent to you by courier.
For our first monthly fish draw, the prizes on offer are:
- A trio of Pseudomugil Mellis (Honey Blue Eyes),
- 2 Pair of Pseudomugil Ivanstoffi
- 2 Pair of Chilatherina Fasciata Clearwater Creek
- 2 Pair of Melanotaenia Pygmaea
Thanks to both Lothar and Lachlan for donating them.
If you want to be in the free draw to win either of these great fish prizes (both of which appear on the Breeders Draw list), you must be a current member and OPT IN by replying directly to me no later than 1st October when your name will be entered into the draw. The winners will be pulled from the hat on 31st October, first out gets the pick.
If you don’t respond, you won’t be included in the draw – that will ensure we don’t send fish to anyone that doesn’t want them.
The fish will be sent directly to you by courier at the clubs expense.
Obviously, only available to members residing within Australia.
Due to the ongoing NSW restrictions on gatherings, the October meeting and November Super Auction will NOT be going ahead.
However, we WILL be meeting on Saturday 11th December Midday – 4pm at the 1st Boronia Scout Hall, 21c Farnell Street, Hunters Hill for our AGM followed by an auction and BBQ.
Due to COVID restrictions on numbers, this meeting will be limited to MEMBERS ONLY, sorry!
Congratulations to John Sandstrom for being drawn at random at the September Committee meeting. Your $25 e-voucher has been sent
June General Meeting
Thanks to all our members and (very welcome) visitors for attending the June meeting.
Another good turnout and awesome array of seldom seen species through the auction, including…
M.Spl.Inornata Running Ck
M Tri Cato Rvr
M Tri Myka Ck
M Tri Goyder Rvr F2
various plants, dry goods and ornamentals
M Australis Drysdale Rvr
Western Pygmy Perch
C Fasciata Wanam
M Spl McIvor Ck
M Spl Fletcher Ck
Dub Byron Bay
March Super Auction
Thanks to everyone who braved to awful weather to make the event such a huge success.
Over $1500 was raised for the club funds from the auction commission and a fantastic variety of fish & plants were shared amongst members and, very welcome, guests from 326 lots…
Amazon Sword, Red var
Bristlenose, Super Red
Celestial peral danios
Emerald eye rasbora
I Werneri, Myall Ck
Java Fern, needle leaf
Java Fern, Windelov
M Affinis, Pagwi
M Australis, Drysdale River
M Australia, Fish River
M Duboulayi, Coutts Crossing
M Duboulayi, Goolang Ck
M Duboulayi, Kangaroo Ck
M Fluviatilis, Edwards River
M Inornata, Coomaline Crater
M Macculochi, Moa Island
M Splendida, Wallaby Ck
M Tri Cato River
M Tri Goyder River
M Tri Myka Ck
Mogurnda mogurnda (northern)
P Gertrudae, Eubanangee Swamp
P Gertrudae, Eurum Ck
P Mellis, Snapper Ck
P Signifer, Pappinbarra River
P Signifer, northern
P Sp. Bloodwood Billabong
R Ornatus, Coochin Ck
R Ornatus, Evans Head
R Ornatus, Poona Ck
R Ornatus, Pine Ck
R Ornatus, Searys Ck
R Ornatus, Stradbroke Island
R Ornatus, Teewah Ck
Val, “extra thin”
White Cloud Mountain Minnows
It was a really well attended meeting and we signed up our 84th member for 2020/21!
Head over to the Events Page for the full list of dates for 2021
At the March Committee Meeting, we reviewed our prizes and decided upon a few changes, based upon member uptake.
The Members Draw will continue to be a $25 e-voucher, but can now be either spent on goods from the trade table, online shop or used during meeting auctions.
The draw will take place at general meetings, in front of the members going forward.
If you attended the last National Convention in Melbourne, you may have seen a new rainbowfish poster put together by Greg Wallis with photos taken by Gunther Schmida.
We now have a stock of these amazing posters that can be bought with or without membership. Head over to the Shop page to order or grab one at the next meeting.
Field Trip Report
Read all about the Olive Perchlet finding from a recent joint field trip supported by ANGFA NSW HERE
Save Manly Dam
Head on over to the Save Manly Dam Bushland Facebook page for updates on the only Climbing Galaxias habitat in the Sydney metro area.
ANGFA NSW Inc recently lodged an objection to a DA proposal for a seniors home near the site and has thankfully resulted in the application being refused…some breathing space until the next attempt!