It was only in 2001 that the restriction on keeping more than two rabbits was officially lifted by the Agricultural Protection Board.
If you would like to read about the personal memories of some of our earliest members please go to the WARCI History pages.
The West Australian Rabbit Council Inc. is the governing body for the Rabbit Fancy in Western Australia. At the end of 2009 there were over 40 members. There is one affiliated Club, the Hills Rabbit Club. From March until December the WARCI, together with the Hills Rabbit Club, hold combined shows once a month. You can find out more about our shows on the Exhibiting Rabbits pages.
The West Australian Rabbit Club has a Committee of nine people. They are elected by the members at the AGM every February. The Hills Rabbit Club also have a Committee of nine and their AGM is held in August each year. You can find out about our Committee on the Committee page.