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 the 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.
The V.P.F.A. Limited was founded in 1970 to meet the needs of poultry breeders and exhibitors in Victoria to promote Pure Bred Poultry.
The V.P.F.A Limited represents 40 affiliated Clubs and Societies across the State, with a base membership of approximately 250 people. These Clubs and Members support more than 65 shows across the State during the period April to August.
The Victorian Poultry Fanciers Association Limited (V.P.F.A.) also trades under the name of “POULTRY STUD BREEDERS & EXHIBITORS VICTORIA”.
The Feather Clubs Association of Queensland Inc is the state body representing the poultry clubs of Queensland.
The Association offers registration for individuals enabling them to exhibit poultry at events run by affiliated clubs, a list of contacts, judges panel lists, steward and judge training and mentoring, and provides public liability insurance to its members. There are approximately 50 affiliated member clubs throughout Queensland.