While ABA does not dictate how individual wild horse member groups operate, membership is contingent upon the group having consistent/similar objectives to ABA principles and activities and preferably a ‘not for profit’ status.
To be a full member of the ABA the group must be an ‘incorporated’ organisation and have a Constitution that is consistent/similar to the principles/activities for the ABA constitution and preferably have a ‘not for profit’ status.
Each Full member group is entitle to one vote.
The ABA Committee may from time to time accept other groups as member under the category of Associate Member with no voting rights. Such groups must be an ‘incorporated’ organisation and be supportive of ABA principles, activities and preferably have a ‘not for profit’ status.
Our Members are listed below and you can view further information by clicking on their name or via our Links Page.
- Australian Brumby Horse Register (All states)
- Coffin Bay Brumby Preservation Society Inc. (SA)
- Hunter Valley Brumby Association (NSW)
- Kaimanawa Heritage Horse Welfare Society (NZ)
- Outback Heritage Horse Association of Western Australia (WA)
- Oxley Heritage Horse Association (NSW)
- Save The Brumbies Inc. (NSW)
- South East Queensland Brumby Association (Qld)
- Snowy Mountains Bush Users Group Inc. (NSW)
- Victorian Brumby Association Inc.(VIC)