Mountain Cattlemen

Caring for the High Country since 1834
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MCAV President Charlie Lovick

Message from Charlie Lovick - our President

Merrijig Get Together 2016

Each year the Mountain Cattlemen celebrate their culture and heritage with a weekend festival – the Get Together. It is a family event and everyone is welcome. Our next Get together will be held at Merrijig on the weekend of the 8-10 of January.

This year we will be celebrating the Cattlemen’s culture and their history. The timeline of the cattlemen’s history will be depicted in a heritage parade. Over 50 horsemen and women will take part. The concept has been developed by Geoff Burrowes, the producer of the Man from Snowy River films and it is not to be missed.

Everyone is invited and encouraged to join in and take part in our events, competitions and challenges, so be prepared for a great time. For more information, please see our events page.

Join us in our efforts to ensure our knowledge, culture and traditions carry on into the future by becoming a member of the MCAV.

You may read more opinion from the MCAV on this site under latest news.

Charlie Lovick

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Merrijig Get Together 2016

Don't miss out on the 2016 Merrijig Get Together from 8th to 10th January. Discounted tickets are now available online here.
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