The Club provides 3 major services
- a 3-day all-breeds championship dog show,
- a diary of dog shows conducted throughout northeastern
New South Wales by kennel clubs and agricultural and horticultural
societies. The diary is a key resource for dog exhibiters in southern
Queensland and northern New South Wales. It comes out twice a
year (for events from January to June, and July to December),
with updates posted here.
- puppy/show training, with informal show training
provided; and table examination, walking and standing —
for experienced and inexperienced handlers and their dogs —
for the benefit of puppies (must be over 12 weeks and fully vaccinated)
and older dogs. This is a great way to socialize our dogs. On
Tuesdays at 11am at Murwillumbah Showground (on the main dog ring);
also available, by appointment only, on Saturdays at 11am
All activities are undertaken on a voluntary and unpaid basis.
New volunteers are always welcome and appreciated.
The Club is open to people who care about dogs. Membership includes a subscription
to the twice-yearly show diary. Click
here for a membership application form.
The Club is a democratic organization. The members elect a management committee
each year at an annual general meeting. The management committee conducts the
day-to-day activities of the Club. Meetings are open to any member.
The executive members are:
- President: Christine Barrow
- Vice-presidents: Colin Peel & Fran Kinnear
- Secretary: Rosemary Privett
- Treasurer:Garry Privett
The Club is affiliated to Dogs NSW, the governing body for breeders and exhibiters
of dogs in New South Wales.
The Club is registered with the NSW Registry of Cooperatives and Associations
under the Associations Incorporation Act 1984: BN Y1945700.
The Club has a Group for Facebook
Enquiries to: Christine 0407133144 or Rosemary & Garry 0424354400.
Or Secretary, Brunswick Valley Kennel Club: Rosemary Privett, 12
Possomwood Close, Tyalgum NSW 2484
On 9 September 2016 our Northern Regions Coastal and Inland Regionís
Dogs NSW Director, Jann Lee, passed away. Jann was arguably one
of the staunchest advocates for the canine community. She was passionate
about the welfare and care of dogs in all fields of dog promotion.
She was especially proud of being on the Board of Directors thus
enabling her to be of help to the members who required assistance
from her. It was indeed rare to attend a dog show in either region
and not see Jann working in some capacity. She made herself available
wherever she might be needed by the committees concerned in the
running of shows. Jann enjoyed every part of it from the setting-up,
writing, stewarding, trophy-delivering, even the packing-up. On
a personal level I found Jann to be a straight-talking, honest,
fair, level-headed and forgiving person who held no grudges, and
a very special friend. We extend our sincere sympathies to her husband
Allen who cared so well for her during her illness, her children,
their partners, grandchildren, her extended family and friends.
Always in our hearts. — Virginia Brown