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  1. TODAY'S THE DAY Saturday July 9th Q.A.H. TWILIGHT MARKET DAY Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra Road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. Hire of space $20.00 Depending on number of seller this may be reduced. Any Hobby related item may be sold. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers to provide own tables, however if a table is needed one can be supplied at $5 per table. Be aware there are very limited tables available. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space if available, otherwise they must refill the space from their car. Every Item sold MUST be priced. People can haggle over the price if they want, but for the benefit of the buyer there must be a price to start with Rules similar to the auction rules as far as size of fish and bagging of fish but with the number limits removed. So if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. No sick or deformed fish to be sold. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller But be aware that health and welfare of the fish is paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. No electrical goods of any kind to be sold. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date No half empty containers. No gravels smaller than 10mm No potted plants unless potted in wool. Sellers MUST provide their own change. There are very limited sites with power. NOTE: Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. Graeme
  2. TODAY'S THE DAY QAH TWILIGHT MARKET DAY. Saturday 9th JULY 2016 BAR JAI HALL, 178 Alexandra Road, CLAYFIELD. Have been told about 13 stalls coming - still room for a couple more. Hot dogs and drinks will be available. Setup from 4.00 p.m. Open to the public from 5.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. Hire of space $20.00 Depending on number of seller this may be reduced. Any Hobby related item may be sold except as excluded below. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers to provide own tables, however if a table is needed one can be supplied at $5 per table. Be aware there are very limited tables available. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space if available, otherwise they must refill the space from their car. Every Item sold MUST be priced. People can haggle over the price if they want, but for the benefit of the buyer there must be a price to start with Rules similar to the auction rules as far as size of fish and bagging of fish but with the number limits removed. So if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. No sick or deformed fish to be sold. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller But be aware that health and welfare of the fish is paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. No electrical goods of any kind to be sold. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date No half empty containers. No gravels smaller than 10mm No potted plants unless potted in wool. Sellers MUST provide their own change. There are very limited sites with power. NOTE: Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. Graeme
  3. QFAS have cancelled the Market Day for 9th July. But I was wondering if I booked the hall and ran the market day not QFAS, would anyone still turn up? If I can get 6 people who say they want to sell at the Market Day I can charge $20 per space and still break even on the hall rental. So if you let me know before the end of the week I will go ahead and book the hall instead of QFAS. Graeme
  4. Saturday July 9th Q.F.A.S. Market Day PLEASE NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES Following suggestions from people at the Ipswich Market Day this will be a Twilight Market Day. Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra Road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST
  5. Saturday July 9th Q.F.A.S. Market Day Please note different times Following suggestions from people at the ipswich market day this will be a twilight market day. Set up from 4.00 pm Open to public 5.00 pm finishes 8.00pm. Bar Jai hall 178 Alexandra road Clayfield. contact; Graeme Day 0402 841 627 for information and bookings. PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF INTEREST
  6. http://www.qldaf.com/forums/qldaf-events-calendar-announcements-38/qfas-market-day-satudary-9th-july-129874/ I am happy to pay for a stall for QLDAF members to sell at the auction day. The last one seemed like a great event and a lot of fish changed hand. If I have a handful of members who wish to bring some fish and sell them, we will do this. A great chance to get together and have a chat. You will need to bring some change with you for the buying public. (To state the obvious, if you have lots of fish to sell get a stall (they are dirt cheap). Can anyone interested please reply below or shoot me a message. Steve
  7. QFAS Market Day 16 April at 10am to 1pm Ipswich Vigoro Club Hall (Far End) of Joyce Street, East Ipswich Aquarium related Items : Fish Plants, Decorations etc Set up from 9.00am Contacts Nev 0432 074 901 and Graeme 0402 841 627 https://www.facebook.com/events/1038024276244579/?active_tab=posts
  8. As the cooler temps are getting closer just wondering what brands of heaters people are using and recommend. My system is around 3000lt. I'm leaning towards a schego any advice would be great.
  9. Just a reminder to everyone that the Market Day is on TOMORROW. Q.F.A.S. MARKET DAY Set up from 9.00am open to public 10.00am finishes 1.00pm. Ipswich Vigero Club Hall **NOTE NEW VENUE** Joyce Street, East Ipswich, Queensland Cichlid Group is running the canteen and they will have plenty of fresh hot food and cold drinks. At present we have something like 14 spaces booked but still have plenty of space. So if anyone wants to put a table in to sell stuff just turn up at 9.00am and set up. $30.00 per space including table.
  10. Evening all. I just thought I would throw up a post to share my opinion & get others opinions on the market day that was on today at Springwood. Firstly this is the first market day I have dropped into & I must say I liked the idea. Definitely a base to work from. To me these market days are the exact opposite of the auctions (which I have given up on) and that is a good thing. Instead on having to go out on a Saturday night & sit there all evening/morning just hoping that something I was after would pop up, I was able to peruse all items at my leisure. I knew what time & suburb it was on (in the middle of the day, perfect) & could plan my day around it. I used the opportunity to ride the daisy hill mountain bike trails before going down to the Market day. But even if it was further afield for me I could easily plan a day out with the family & still drop past. I feel this can make these types of events more accessible to more people. One of the reasons I don't go to auctions anymore is that Im not going to drag my son out all night nor do I want to miss a weekend family dinner, without all the busyness that comes with weekdays. Instead of having to listen to auctioneers (one in particular) dribble on & on about rubbish & how we don't appreciate all the hard work they put in blah blah blah, I was able to walk around & talk casually to the sellers, which was really nice & they (you guys on here mostly) are always nice people & anybody who knows me knows I like a chit chat. I was able to view the fish, I knew what the expected price was & could carry on looking & come back if I wanted too. And I did. Everything there was very well priced, bargains even. Even had a chat with old mate (josh?) from AOA & grabbed some food I just had dent had time to get to his shop to buy yet, perfect. I would like to hear feedback from sellers from today, as this is only my experience but this was definitely the nail in the auction coffin for me. Come auction time I usually entertain the idea of going but then don't, for many reasons. From now on I will just wait till next market day. Only thing I can think that may need improvement is advertising, how do you go about making this kind of event more publicised for buyers & sellers? Facebook? Cheers guys.
  11. Just a quick reminder to everyone that the Market Day is only a few weeks away. Q.F.A.S. Market Day Saturday APRIL 18th SPRINGWOOD ROAD STATE SCHOOL SPRINGWOOD ROAD SPRINGWOOD. The 2015 QFAS Market day is again being held at Springwood Road State School on Saturday, April 18th from 10:00 am til 2:00 pm. Easy access from the Southeast Freeway and plenty of parking right at the door. FOR SELLERS If you would like to hire a site to sell product then you need to contact Peter Johnson either by pm or by email (peterjohnson@hotmail.com). Setup from 9:00 am. Costs are; powered sites $35.00 unpowered sites $30.00. There are also aprox 12 tables available for hire at $10.00 per table. Guidelines: Any Aquarium Hobby related item may be sold. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space providing one is available, otherwise they must refill their space from their car. Prices must be clearly marked for every item sold. All Fish should be of a saleable size, minimum 4cm Total length (from tip of nose to end of tail) unless a dwarf species of fish then they should be a minimum of 2.5cm. Q.F.A.S. will NOT accept any more than 5 fish in any one bag unless they are small fish (under 6cm) or the bag is a very large bag. This is for the health of the fish. Large fish must be in suitably sized containers not squashed up in small bags, buckets etc. All fish should be in a healthy condition, No sick or deformed fish to be sold. There are no number limits on fish or dry goods, so if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller. Be aware that Q.F.A.S. considers the health and welfare of the fish to be paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing in this regard, will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date. No half empty containers. No electrical goods of any kind. No potted plants (pots with synthetic media excluded). No gravel smaller than 10mm, shell grit, coral sand, sand or any item containing dirt or gravel will be sold. This will help in stopping the spread of Fire Ants. Sellers MUST provide their own change. Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. For general enquiries please PM or email, either Graeme Day (gday@firstclassaccounts.com) or Peter Johnson (peterrjohnson@hotmail.com).
  12. Q.F.A.S. Market Day Saturday APRIL 18th SPRINGWOOD ROAD STATE SCHOOL SPRINGWOOD ROAD SPRINGWOOD. The 2015 QFAS Market day is again being held at Springwood Road State School on Saturday, April 18th from 10:00 am til 2:00 pm. Easy access from the Southeast Freeway and plenty of parking right at the door. FOR SELLERS If you would like to hire a site to sell product then you need to contact Peter Johnson either by pm or by email (peterrjohnson@hotmail.com). Setup from 9:00 am. Costs are; powered sites $35.00 unpowered sites $30.00. There are also aprox 12 tables available for hire at $10.00 per table. Guidelines: Any Aquarium Hobby related item may be sold. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space providing one is available, otherwise they must refill their space from their car. Prices must be clearly marked for every item sold. All Fish should be of a saleable size, minimum 4cm Total length (from tip of nose to end of tail) unless a dwarf species of fish then they should be a minimum of 2.5cm. Q.F.A.S. will NOT accept any more than 5 fish in any one bag unless they are small fish (under 6cm) or the bag is a very large bag. This is for the health of the fish. Large fish must be in suitably sized containers not squashed up in small bags, buckets etc. All fish should be in a healthy condition, No sick or deformed fish to be sold. There are no number limits on fish or dry goods, so if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller. Be aware that Q.F.A.S. considers the health and welfare of the fish to be paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing in this regard, will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date. No half empty containers. No electrical goods of any kind. No potted plants (pots with synthetic media excluded). No gravel smaller than 10mm, shell grit, coral sand, sand or any item containing dirt or gravel will be sold. This will help in stopping the spread of Fire Ants. Sellers MUST provide their own change. Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. For general enquiries please PM or email, either Graeme Day (gday@firstclassaccounts.com) or Peter Johnson (peterrjohnson@hotmail.com).
  13. Hey fellow forum peeps We have just received our container from our tour of china and have a couple of NEW goodies to share (more coming in November) First of all we have taken the every day sponge filter a step further and introduced 2 NEW models Model # 1 HI-FLOW XY-380 The HI-FLOW filters are much the same as your old sponge filters except they are now made with a different grade of sponge. The new sponge increases the flow through rate and prevents clogging. The new HI-FLOW sponge filters are also MUCH MUCH easier to clean compared to the traditional sponge filters Here you can see a comparison on the materials used The New HI-FLOW models are available now for only $7.95ea ($7.20 after forum discount) or if you buy 10 they are only $6ea ($5.40ea after forum discount) xy-380 Sponge Filter Large Aeration HI FLOW Model # 2 HI-FLOW and SILENT XY-380 That's right we have engineered a HI-FLOW sponge filter with 0 NOISE... the unique design of this filter produces many micro bubbles to create it's current draw. The creation of these micro bubbles in return give a flow that is completely silence (no more blop blop sounds from the fish room) The use of micro bubbles also give a greater flow into the filter with the use of less air. What this means is 1 you have a greater oxygen exchange rate in the water and #2allows to to run more filters off the same air pump The NEW HI-FLOW SILENT models are also available now in our online store. They are $8.95ea ($8.05ea after forum discount) or if you buy 10 they are $7ea ($6.30 after forum discount) xy-380 Sponge Filter Large Aeration HI FLOW We also have a NEW HI-FLOW jumbo model available but more on that one later
  14. The 2014 QFAS Market day is being held at Springwood Road State School on Saturday,July 26 from 10:00 am til 2:00 pm. (webpage here and facebook event here) Easy access from the Southeast Freeway and plenty of parking right at the door. FOR SELLERS If you would like to hire a site to sell product then you need to contact Peter Johnson either by pm or by email (peterrjohnson@hotmail.com). Setup from 9:00 am. Costs are; powered sites $35.00 unpowered sites $30.00. There are also aprox 12 tables available for hire at $10.00 per table. Guidelines: Any Aquarium Hobby related item may be sold. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space providing one is available, otherwise they must refill their space from their car. Prices must be clearly marked for every item sold. All Fish should be of a saleable size, minimum 4cm Total length (from tip of nose to end of tail) unless a dwarf species of fish then they should be a minimum of 2.5cm. Q.F.A.S. will NOT accept any more than 5 fish in any one bag unless they are small fish (under 6cm) or the bag is a very large bag. This is for the health of the fish. Large fish must be in suitably sized containers not squashed up in small bags, buckets etc. All fish should be in a healthy condition, No sick or deformed fish to be sold. There no number limits, so if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller. Be aware that Q.F.A.S. considers the health and welfare of the fish to be paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing in this regard, will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date. No half empty containers. No electrical goods of any kind. No potted plants (pots with synthetic media excluded). No gravel smaller than 10mm, shell grit, coral sand, sand or any item containing dirt or gravel will be sold. This will help in stopping the spread of Fire Ants. Sellers MUST provide their own change. Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables.
  15. Hi all who's going and what are you taking ?
  16. Hey guys, As you know the QFAS market day is coming up. having an event for those members down south Brisbane and Goldie this is fantastic location. I would like to seek feedback about the idea of having a joint QLDAF table. Obviously all the rules of the QFAs event would have to be followed. We would expect any involved members to be responsible for there own float (have money for change). Depending on how many members are interested we may need to limit number of lots to be sold to ensure all have a fair go. Please either indicate interest here or shoot me a PM. If we have sufficient interest QLDAF will fund the table. Regards, Steve
  17. Setup is all done just fish to go in on Thursday and Friday. There are 90 + entries in the show as well as approx 300 Betta in the Betta show of which about half are international entries. If you get a change to go to Caboolture Sunday morning not only will you get to see at International Betta show and a great Aquarium Fish competition, you will also be able to have a look around one of the largest markets in South East Queensland. Thank you to our Sponsors, Smith's Aquarium Boondall The Tech Den and First Class Accounts Clayfield. Graeme
  18. Q.F.A.S. MARKET DAY. Saturday 26th OCTOBER BAR JAI HALL 178 Alexandra Road CLAYFIELD. Setup from 10.30am to 12.00 noon. Open to the public from 12.00 noon to 6.00pm. Hire of sites If you would like to hire a site to sell product then you need to contact Graeme Day either by pm or by email at gday@firstclassaccounts.com When sending in request for sites, nominate the three sites you would prefer in order of preference. There are 11 sites with power, they are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 19. Sites 6, 8, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 are unpowered. Also if needed we can make available a further 10 unpowered sites outside the building, 4 on concrete and 6 on grass. Anyone taking an Outside site would need to provided suitable shelter if selling livestock or plants. Costs are; powered sites $35.00 unpowered sites $30.00. There are also aprox 15 tables available for hire at $10.00 per table. Guidelines Any Aquarium Hobby related item may be sold. The seller can use all or part of the space allocated for the sale of items. Sellers can have a table or multiple tables but they must NOT spread outside the allocated area. If a seller requires more space they can take out a second space providing one is available, otherwise they must refill their space from their car. Prices must be clearly marked for every item sold. People can haggle over the price if they want, but for the benefit of the buyer there must be a price to start with. All Fish should be of a saleable size, minimum 4cm Total length (from tip of nose to end of tail) unless a dwarf species of fish then they should be a minimum of 2.5cm. Q.F.A.S. will NOT accept any more than 5 fish in any one bag unless they are small fish (under 6cm) or the bag is a very large bag. This is for the health of the fish. Large fish must be in suitably sized containers not squashed up in small bags, buckets etc. All fish should be in a healthy condition, No sick or deformed fish to be sold. There no number limits, so if you wanted to you could have 100 electric yellows for sale etc. How fish are displayed, sold and bagged is up to the seller. Be aware that Q.F.A.S. considers the health and welfare of the fish to be paramount and anyone who does the wrong thing in this regard, will be asked to clean up their act ONCE and if they fail to rectify the situation will be asked to stop selling, pack up and leave. In this situation no refund would apply. All chemicals must be sealed and not out of date. No half empty containers. No electrical goods of any kind. No potted plants (hydroponic Rockwool pots excluded). No gravel smaller than 10mm, shell grit, coral sand, sand or any item containing dirt or gravel will be sold. This will help in stopping the spread of Fire Ants. Sellers MUST provide their own change. Clubs and Shops welcome to put in tables. Graeme
  19. At the Q.F.A.S. meeting tonight it was decided that Q.F.A.S. should try something different to the auctions and have decided to hold a Market Day on October 26th. At present the idea is that Q.F.A.S. will sell allocated space to anyone wishing to sell any aquarium hobby related item and will also have tables available for hire if you need them. The space will be enough for 1 table and a bit of floor space. Prices have not yet been set but the thought is $30.00 a space and $10 table hire. Some of the Auction rules such as no electrical and no open chemicals will still apply, but at present no firm rules are in place. We are looking at holding this first Market Day at the Bar Jai Hall Clayfield as that is where Q.F.A.S. is based, but there is nothing stopping us going somewhere else with others later if this one works out ok. I will be the person organising this Market Day and as a start I want to know what everyones ideas and thoughts are on this type of event. Please post here with ideas on how it can be organised and run. Also what sort of rules do you think we need in place and so on. Graeme
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  22. hey guys waslooking into buying some true marble longfins and was wondering if i bred them is there a market out there for selling them. as i never really see or hear of any for sale on this forum other than h2o's recently
  23. Just about to upgrade my sump pumps and looking at my options. What is the best in peoples experience especially when it comes to noise, power cosumption and head height. Not after a magnetic or an in line like a grundfos though. Is this brand any good http://www.aquariumproducts.com.au/cata ... 3&catID=13 After feedback please Dave
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