IRONBARK RIDGE ALPACAS
 
 

Ironbark Ridge Alpacas is located in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Mountains. In early 2013 we decided that we would take the opportunity to move from our 10 acres in Kurrajong property, to a new 25 acre property in Tennyson.


We have a lot of work to do to bring it up to our standard, but it has some good basic infrastructure. We have built a new shed, and are in the process of digging trenches for animal water and irrigation pipes. So please bear with us whilst we work on these improvements... though we are always happy to answer your animal enquiries.


We founded Ironbark Ridge Alpacas in 2003 in the historic Hawkesbury District, north west of Sydney. We have been involved in the Australian alpaca industry since 1995. Always up for a challenge we started a family for 2007, so now with 2 children, two dogs, three cats, two donkeys and 42 alpacas, we need to sell some animals. 


We have always liked having a range of colours in the herd so take a look to see if there is one that suits your preference. We pride ourselves on our “personal touch” with our animals, many not only having their registered name but also a “nickname”.
 

Our website is in its infancy but we have included some of our female (hembra), male (macho), and pet/wether alpacas. Please take a few minutes to have a look at our site. In addition to the alpacas you will notice a section for - perhaps arguably - what we are better known for:


The Original and Best Alpaca Panels.

You may have seen the panels throughout the NSW alpaca shows and likely at many other alpaca studs. We are always happy to discuss your requirements and provide an appropriate solution for your penning needs. CLICK HERE for more information.

 
Welcome
ALPACAS

Thanks for visiting and we hope you find something that suits your needs.


Feel free to contact us with any questions.

CONTACT DETAILS

Andrew & Fiona Maxwell

Phone: (02) 4573-2142

Email: enquiries@ironbarkridgealpacas.com.au

Email: fiona@alpacas.net.au

We pride ourselves with being “animal people”. Our kids are growing up interacting and caring for animals just as we did. Whilst we are in the industry to be financially successful, we have always embraced opportunities to educate and provide the opportunity for others to simply meet, and interact with these gorgeous animals.

We will always ensure the welfare of our animals comes first. We will always ensure that our customers are given the support needed, and we will always ensure that any question - no matter how silly it may seem - is answered.

In May 2011 2MMM (Triple M) ventured out and visited us in the foothills of the Blue Mountains to film some of our animals (and us) for HP and Microsoft’s
 Grow My Business Awards.
Check out the video.

In May 2011 2MMM (Triple M) ventured out and visited us in the foothills of the Blue Mountains to film some of our animals (and us) for HP and Microsoft’s

Grow My Business Awards.

Check out the video.

CRANEBROOK HIGH SCHOOL

3rd September 2011

On the 5th December 2011 we visited our kids’ Pre School (Teach-a-Tot Pre School at Richmond). We took Ironbark Ridge Harmony and Ironbark Ridge Solitaire.
Click here for more shots from our visit.

On the 5th December 2011 we visited our kids’ Pre School (Teach-a-Tot Pre School at Richmond). We took Ironbark Ridge Harmony and Ironbark Ridge Solitaire.

Click here for more shots from our visit.

5th December 2011.
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10th December 2010.
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Click Here for some of our 
Star Performers, 
Show Results. 
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Thanks for visiting our site. We know that Ironbark Ridge Alpacas is a long name to remember, so next time try alpacas.net.au


Should make it a bit easier.

We have had our panels sent to paddocks, farms, sheds, shows and even the Sydney Opera House.

But we still have some ‘firsts’.

Our first load to the Deptartment of Agriculture and Water Resources post entry facility in Victoria.