Official website of the Victorian Eastern Region of the Australian Alpaca Association Ltd.

The Australian Alpaca Association Ltd.

Victorian Eastern Region of the Australian Alpaca Association Ltd.

March 2018
Sat 10th Red Hill Ag Alpaca Show
Venue: Red Hill Recreation Reserve, Arthurs Seat Rd, Red Hill

Red Hill Alpaca Show

Red Hill Recreation Reserve, Arthurs Seat Road, Red Hill

Saturday 10th March 2018

Entries Close:  Monday, 26th February 2018


Halter - Mr Marc Mullette

Fleece - Mrs Jillian Holmes




Youth Paraders Animal Declaration 

Youth Paraders Entry

Youth Paraders Schedule

Entry via e-alpaca. Please contact Maddy Bissels on 0458 224 343 or for assistance.


Please Note:

Minimum fleece lengths, applicable to Halter Classes at Red Hill Show 2018, have been revised. For details, refer to Page 2 of the Show Schedule.


VER Alpaca Of The Year 2017-2018

VER Best New Breeder 2017-2018

March 2018
Sun 25th VER Region ORM
Venue: Narre Warren East Hall    Time: 10:00am
Contact: VER Secretary

VER Region ORM 
Sunday March 25th
Narre Warren East Public Hall,
Berwick Road, Narre Warren East
Morning tea provided.
BYO Lunch
RSVP by 15th March

Please see link below for map to location

April 2018
Thu 12th Farm World
(Lasting 3 days)
Venue: Lardner Park

Farm World 2018   VER presence

Thursday 12th April  to Sunday 15th April, 2018.



A great opportunity for marketing your alpacas and stud over four days to thousands of people.

Farm World is an annual four day agricultural display held at Lardner Park via Warragul which attracts  in excess of 55,000 people through the gates, of which the Alpaca Association , Eastern Region has had a presence for well  over 20 years for some exhibitors. We have a major display site in the Lakeside Pavilion, where we have a sheltered and secure environment.

Even though this is deemed an agricultural display, being in close proximity to Melbourne we have many visitors who have just purchased a small allotment or are about to and they want animals to stock it. In saying that there are also many international guests, personally I have spoken to visitors from China who expressed great interest in the animals and their future potential.

We highlight the pros and cons of owning alpacas and promote the region, association as well as individual studs or studs closer to their location.  If we don’t have what they want we will send them to someone who has.  It is not just Gippsland that we promote. Personally I know of people who have come back year after year to ask questions before actually buying animals.

Both types of animals are on display and a wide range of products which are locally handmade, distributed from AAFL or imported are also on display and available for purchase. Breeders are always on hand to ask questions, allow you to pat an animal or have a photo taken.

We offer the option of hiring a site from one day to the whole four days with pens available for hire if you cannot supply your own.

We see this display as a major marketing and promotion opportunity for any breeder both big and small and it allows for a great chance of networking  and promotion within the region.

Booking forms are now available to take the opportunity to participate in this great event.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me on 0417392670.


Jenny Miles

Co-ordinating team

Milestead Alpacas.

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