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87 Prunevale Road
Kingsvale, NSW, 2587

0407 669 760

Breeding of high quality Working Kelpies with a natural working ability



We have worked in the agricultural and pastoral industries for over 25 years. In that time we have seen many Working Kelpie Dogs. Some good, some great and some not so great. To achieve success in the breeding program consistency is the key to producing reliable, dependable all round dogs that are easy to train and work in both the paddock and yard. The Hawkesbury Working Kelpies fit the bill for your needs.

Promoting the Working Kelpie

We promote the working Kelpie by way of working dog demonstrations. Anthony had his Kelpie team at the 2011 Sydney Royal Easter Show. This was a big hit with show-goers with up to 600 people attending each demonstration. The feedback was positive. Anthony also demonstrates his Kelpies at local shows and field days.

Our understanding and vast experience with working Kelpies is proven by their achievements in Yard dog and three sheep trialling. People have also benefited from our experience in winning and placing in many trials. We offer private tutoring, helping you to understand and work your dog to its full potential. Full training facilities (fully insured) are available on our property.

Young Cherry Festival 2013


Royal Easter Show 2012

Royal Easter Show 2011

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Situated near the Olympic Highway in the South West Slopes of NSW. Rich in history and character, the area was catapulted to the forefront of Colonial New South Wales with the discovery of gold in 1860. This precious metal proved to be an important catalyst in the development of Young and the surrounding area.



Young is centrally located in the 'Hilltops' Wine and Food region, increasingly recognised for producing quality cool climate wines and foods, whilst offering an authentic country experience. Cellar doors are open, offering the opportunity to taste and purchase fine wines and quality produce.