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Cuteness overload alert
The West Australian Rabbit Council are hosting this fabulous event which includes market stalls (craft, pet products, information booths, treats etc) and the rabbit show, plus you can get your bunny vaccinated on the day for just $35. The vaccinations are available from 9am-12pm and you can book your spot by emailing email@example.com by the 5th October 2018. This service includes a health check too and is carried out by a vet from Morley Vetcentre.
There will also be food vans on site so you can stay and play all day.
Everyone is welcome to come along and enter their bunny in the pet section or just to have a look around and see what the warren of market stalls are selling. Any monies spent will be a buck well spent!
There will be information booklets about basic rabbit keeping available to buy too. This is an invaluable resource put together by the West Australian Rabbit Council and their combined years of experience with rabbits.
It is current information and worth buying if you are considering a rabbit as a pet.
This is a wonderful event in you have a child who is wanting a bunny. Go along and talk to the friendly Club Members who will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have and will give good sound advice, plus put you in touch with breeders who have their bunnies best interests at heart.
This promises to be a wonderful day out for all the family and comes with a warning that there will be an abundance of cuteness throughout the whole day. If you think you can deal with that, then hop, skip and jump along to the event; you will leave a happy bunny!
If you would like to register a stall for this event, please email
Please register all pets prior to 10.30am on the day or you can email your entry to Toni Page prior to the event at
The hall opens at 8am for breed section members and 10am to the general public.
It's so nice to hear about a rabbit show in Australia, especially one where they can get vaccinated. A couple of years ago I was getting my rabbits vaccinated and the the vet, who was from Australia, said that in many places pet rabbits are not allowed to be vaccinated, which is sad. Is that that case? I'm glad to see you can get them vaccinated in in Perth :D