The South Australian Poultry Association consists of a number of clubs committed to the promotion of pure breeds of poultry as a vibrant, exciting and challenging recreational activity.
The South Australian Poultry Association aims to provide a positive dynamic environment that enthusiastically promotes all aspects of breeding and exhibiting of pure breeds of fowl, bantams, waterfowl and turkeys; to maintain a strong gene pool of all pure breeds of poultry; and to vigorously protect the rare breeds of poultry so that they are available for future generation.
The Exhibition Poultry Association of New South Wales Inc. is the peak body for exhibition breeders and fanciers of landfowl, waterfowl and pigeons in NSW. Its aims are to:
The association is served by a volunteer executive committee.
The New England Exhibition Poultry Association (NEEPA) is a regional poultry club that encompasses an area from the NSW north coast, inland as far as Narrabri, north to Tenterfield and south to Tamworth.
This Association represents forty three affiliated clubs and societies and has a membership of approximately 500 people.
The Feather Clubs Association of QLD aims to promote the showing and keeping of exhibition poultry, waterfowl, turkeys, pigeons and cage birds. Their membership consists of around 60 member clubs.