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Welcome to the South Australian Rabbit Association (SARA) Inc. Website

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    Rabbit Jumping

Unfortunately the show has been cancelled due to our hot weather policy.
Next event - October Show - Sunday 6th at the Payneham Masonic Hall

All Breeds 3 star show plus 1 star Lop specialist show. National Championship Awards up for grabs. 

Entries close 7 days before the show on Sunday 29th September at 8:00 pm. If you're entering both shows please make sure you submit two separate entry forms (one for each show). ENTRY FORM LINK The speciality show entry fee is $2.00 per rabbit and all rabbits entered in the Speciality Show must already be entered in the Main (all breeds) show. We will also be running a Teams Event as seen at our last couple of shows.

There will be no entries accepted on the day except for the Teams Event.

Information on the release of the lastest Calicivirus strain RHDV1 K5

Important information about the RHDV1 K5 release including timeline and map of release sites are on the PestSmart website.
Updates are posted on the bottom of their webpage the last one being 13th December 2016.
Please download the PDF information booklet by selecting 'Download the RHDV1 K5 Information Guide' at the top of the webpage but please be advised it contains graphic content. The PestSmart website and booklet strongly recommends vaccinating your rabbits every 6 months. We recommend you bookmark the PestSmart website and check regularly for updates. We will post updates on our Facebook page as they become available.

Biosecurity SA/PIRSA issued the following Fact Sheet titled 'Protecting pet rabbits from Calicivirus in South Australia' (PDF) at 5pm on 24th February 2017:

Keeping your rabbits cool in the hot weather

Rabbits cannot sweat or pant and are therefore more likely to suffer from heat stroke. Younger, older and overweight rabbits, and those with long or thick coats, are more prone to suffer from heat stroke.

Help to prevent heat stroke by having a look here at our tips that have helped us to keep our rabbits cool in the hot weather.


Sign the Petition to Protect your Rabbits from Calicivirus Virus

Sign the petition to make vaccines available for the much talked about RHVD2 and RHVD1-K5 to protect your rabbits from Calicivirus. Sign the petition here:

Keep updated on the progress here:

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Upcoming Events

Sunday, Nov 24 at 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Our Shows

The General Public are most welcome to come and look at all the different breeds of rabbits 

that are on display at our shows. Watching the judging can also be a lot of fun.

We do not have rabbits for sale at these shows. 


Would you like to learn more about keeping rabbits? 

 Are you interested in breeding or showing your rabbits?

 If your answer is yes, then SARA can help you.


Competitive Section

Royal Adelaide Show 2014