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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Hi there, Please come and join us for a webinar on shearing. Presenters are Joanthon Provis Vincent and John Harris. For the log in details go to Events – Australian Alpaca Association
The AAA is seeking expressions of interested from members for the role of AAYE Committee Chair. The role of the AAYE chair is to: Liaise between the AAA Board and AAYE committee with regards to youth events and issues. Run consistent, fair and informative teleconferences throughout the year, a preferred minimum of 6. Authorise and […]
In recognition of the delayed shearing season last year, the SJC have assisted the AAA in implementing amended fleece lengths for short fleece shows in 2023.
Richard Dixon Memorial Scholarship 2022/2023 In recognition of services to the alpaca industry by the late Dr Richard Dixon, the AAA offers a scholarship to senior veterinary students. The development scholarship honours the late Richard Dixon who is widely recognised for his vision and commitment to improving alpaca health and for establishing so many […]
Here are some tips to help you Identify your alpacas. Ensure their IAR tags have been inserted and ownership details in eAlpaca are up to date. Prepare an emergency plan, and keep a copy in two places, in addition to a copy on your mobile phone. Include your contact details, herd identification, vet records, diet and […]
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