Universal Music Australia

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Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd.
Company typePrivate
Founded1934; 90 years ago (1934)
150 William St, Sydney, New South Wales
Area served
ParentUniversal Music Group
DivisionsList of Universal Music Group labels

Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd. (UMA) is the largest Australian music corporation.[1] It is a division of the Universal Music Group. Universal Music Australia's corporate headquarters are located in Sydney, Australia.


Universal Music Australia operates local record labels, as well distribution deals with independent Australian labels. UMA also represents all Universal Music Group's international labels within Australia.[2]

Australian labels include:[3]

International labels include:[3]

Current and former Australian artists[edit]

Island Records Australia[edit]

Golden Era Records[edit]

Mercury Records Australia[edit]

Modular Recordings[edit]

Neon Records[edit]

Of Leisure[edit]

Sony Music Australia[edit]

  • So Fresh (Corperation [sic?] albums)
  • Hits For Kids Pop Party

Universal Music Australia[edit]

Dew Process[edit]

Capitol Records[edit]

EMI Music Australia[edit]

Decca Records[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Universal Music Was Biggest Label Of 2012 - Noise11, 4 January 2013
  2. ^ Company - Universal Music Australia Website
  3. ^ a b "Our Company". Universal Music Group. 6 August 2020. Retrieved 10 June 2021.
  4. ^ Cashmere, Paul (12 October 2014). "Robert Rigby Signs Paulini To Decca". Noise11. Noise Network. Retrieved 12 October 2014.

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