You'll become part of a growing industry from all over Australia and play a part in supporting the development of the industry through shows, research, herd health, genetic advancement and supply chain and marketing initiatives.
The Queensland region of the AAA works to promote the alpaca industry and educate members and the public on the world of alpacas.
SOUTH QLD & NORTHERN NSW
The South Queensland & Northern NSW Region of the Australian Alpaca Association (AAA QLDNNSW) is the only one to span two states.
The Victoria Central region comprises alpaca producers from central to western victoria.
The Victorian Eastern Region (VER) represents over 140 registered alpaca breeders and owners located in the east of Victoria. The Victorian Eastern Region covers a geographically diverse area.
NEW SOUTH WALES
The NSW is a vibrant and exciting region with over 500 registered alpaca breeders across the state.
Tasmania’s cool temperate climate and green pastures are the perfect combination for producing fine fleeced, eco-friendly alpacas.
Western Australia are one of the larger AAA geographic regions, and host a membership of over 120. WA members excel in breeding both huacaya and suri alpacas and contributing to the fleece and meat market, while maintaining an impressive display of show and breeding quality animals.
The South Australia region provides education and training to its members as well as providing a hub of alpaca information for the general public interested in the industry.
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The Victorian Eastern Region covers a geographically diverse area. Members farm alpacas across many aspects of the Australian terrain – from the vineyards of the Yarra Valley and the Mornington Peninsula, to the rich soil farming districts of Gippsland, the coastal extension from Port Phillip to Mallacoota and the grandeur of the Great Dividing Range. Within the Victorian Eastern Region there are over 100 registered alpaca breeders, several with larger studs in excess of 100 alpacas to others with only a few. Many members also promote and sell alpaca products.
Welcome to the April 2023 edition of the VER eNewsletter. Thanks to Georgia and Jacqueline Bishop from Dulce Alpacas we have a new look for the newsletter. It has been a busy start to the year with many shows, events, youth activities and workshops available for our members. We hope you enjoy the new look […]
The VER Committee has great pleasure in announcing the 2022/23 Annual Awards as follows: Keith Turner Memorial Trophy Suri Alpaca of the Year Awarded to Granjero Park Sir Lancelot Lyla Fisher Memorial Trophy Huacaya Alpaca of the Year Awarded to Auravale Goldleaf Salvatore Dianne Condon Memorial Trophy Best New Breeder Awarded to Dulce Alpacas For […]
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You’ll become part of a growing industry from all over Australia and play a part in supporting the development of the industry through shows, research, herd health, genetic advancement and supply chain and marketing initiatives.
Receive timely and reliable information on animal health and welfare as well as biosecurity issues through our alliances with Animal Health Australia and other livestock industries, and veterinary specialists.
We invest in important research and development, herd health and genetic advancement programs, as well as supply chain and marketing initiatives, and provide information and resources relating to the alpaca industry.
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