Welcome to the Tasmanian Rare Breeds Poultry Club's official website
We are a group of poultry keepers, united in the aim to preserve Australia's wonderful types of chickens, waterfowl and all other varieties of rare poultry found in Australia.
We work to promote backyard poultry, preserve poultry breeds, encourage young (junior) breeders, standardise new breeds and varieties and advocate for poultry keepers.
Presently Tasmania has over 60 breeds and variety of chicken, duck, turkey, goose and guinea fowl in risk, which we work to promote via our annual show, newsletter, online presence and attending public events.
We were founded as the Tasmanian Rare Breeds Poultry Group in 2005 and incorporated as a club in 2006, with the aim of helping people get involved in our beautiful endangered breeds of poultry.
In the 9 years since our foundation we have grown to become one of the most successful clubs in Tasmania, now regularly hosting the states largest annual poultry show in August.
You can find out more about our clubs purpose and operation under About Us, providing our rules and constitution and our committee for 2015. Anyone is welcome to read up on what has been going on in the club, which you can do by going to the page "Newsletters" and downloading any of the clubs past and present newsletters for free.
You can also send us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can answer any questions you have to do with poultry, or direct you to someone who can answer your question if we can't. Just drop us an e-mail.
We alternate our show venue between the Royal Hobart Showgrounds and the Devonport Showgrounds. Our 2015 show will be in Hobart. Find more details about upcoming events here.
Download the following membership form, fill it out and send it in with appropriate fees, to join the club. Membership is $15.00 for an adult, $5.00 for a Junior (Under 16), and $25.00 for a Family or Non-Profit Organization. All memberships fall due on the 30th of June each year. Download membership form
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