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  • Supporting the Preservation of Brumbies

    - & Maintaining Our Rich Heritage -

  • Supporting the Preservation of Brumbies

    - & Maintaining Our Rich Heritage -

  • Supporting the Preservation of Brumbies

    - & Maintaining Our Rich Heritage -

  • Supporting the Preservation of Brumbies

    - & Maintaining Our Rich Heritage -

Preserving Wild Brumbies in Coffin Bay

The Coffin Bay Brumby Association and its dedicated members are devoted to protecting and helping to find suitable homes for these magnificent creatures. Brumbies have been evicted from their homelands more than once and have endured endless backlash from governmental and environmental groups to remove them from the environment. Despite the pleas from local communities, brumbies were either removed from the area or exterminated under the parks and wildlife ‘pest control’ program of the 1970s.

Today, the brumbies run freely at Brumbies Run with as little human contact as possible. They are thriving in a wild, yet secure and fenced environment along the coast of the Kellidie Bay in the beautiful town of Coffin Bay.

We encourage people throughout the Coffin Bay area to become a member of our society and help to maintain the rich heritage of the area as well as the preservation of the native brumbies in Coffin Bay. Learn more about membership pricing and details by calling us today; we are happy to assist you.
OUR HISTORY
Brumbies have been through a tough and long history with plenty of struggles and transformations to bring them back here to Coffin Bay. 
BRUMBIES 4 SALE
Beautiful Brumbies are available for purchase and adoption.
BRUMBIES RUN
Learn more about our affordable membership options and help preserve a rich history and a beautiful species. 
ARRANGE A VIEWING
Contact our preservation society to schedule a viewing of the brumbies.

Fundraising Summary

To secure a permanent home for our brumbies, our preservation society has been asked to raise $300,000 to pay the S.A. government and keep the land. While the first $100,000 has been thankfully raised, we still have another $200,000 that must be paid within 50 years to gain the freehold title, which is critical to the future of the wild ponies. 

We hold annual auctions of excess young brumbies and raffles to help raise funds for our cause. Our fundraising efforts continue thanks to the generous donations from the public and local groups! If you have any ideas that can help, feel free to contact us and lend a hand.

We are always looking for new members to join our cause and help fight for the brumbies in Southern Australia. Our cause is worthwhile and will help preserve the rich history and heritage of the wild Coffin Bay brumbies.
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A Good Coffin Bay Brumby
Brumbies are known for their endurance and are unmatched survivors, needing a relatively scant amount of food and even aborting their foals in their own quest for survival. Contradictory to their wild makeup, brumbies have an exceptionally docile nature. Our Coffin Bay brumbies are ideal first brumbies for children, and many are shown successfully. This shows that our brumbies are worthy of preservation on their merits – not just sentiment.

Horses should be of a good brumby type, with emphasis on temperament, sound conformation and suitability for small children through adults. They should have sound legs and hooves and good strong hindquarters. They must have a kind and intelligent eye, and their height should be under 14.2 hh.

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Colour ranges can be bay, brown, black, chestnut, grey, red, blue roan and dun. White markings on the head and legs are acceptable. Broken coloured brumbies (i.e. pinto) are not acceptable.

There is variation in brumbies in that some are slightly finer than others, these being of riding type. The sturdier type of sound, clean legs could lend themselves to both riding and harness type. Both types of brumby are acceptable
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