Alpacas are herd animals

As alpacas are herd animals we always sell them as pairs especially when they are born around the same time and are naturally best buddies.

Roscoe was born 14th May and Boey 24th May 2019. These two will be great as pets and lawnmowers and are currently very good with children as Roscoe loves hugs and Boey is very inquisitive and gentle.

Both are males and need to be wethered by the end of the year. They must be kept together and shorn every Spring. Alpacas live up to 20 years and sometimes even up to 25 years old so this is a very long term commitment.

Also as part of our service at Little Valley Farm we offer mentoring programmes for new alpaca and farm owners. Even if you only have two alpacas, you need a secure pen for grooming and shearing days. We can show you how to set up the best pens for alpacas.

We will also review the alpacas worming and vaccination schedule as this is something that you need to do regularly as well as toe nail clipping.

Approx price of each alpaca as follows:

Young males / wethers from $550 to $800.

Breeding females from $900 up to $3000

Non-breeding females from $600 up to $1500

Registered stud from $2000++

Stud service (TBA based on number of females).

Prices of alpacas are based on age and fleece quality plus GST. These prices may change and we will advice accordingly. We sell Huacaya and Suri alpacas and also offer stud service to the right alpaca owners.

Watch the video of Roscoe the hugger.


Alpacas are herd animals.

Our alpacas are sold in pairs.


Wethers $550

Wethers as pets coming up for sale shortly.

Age from approx 12+ months but depends on development of male. Contact us to find out when they are next are due.

All alpacas are vaccinated, wormed, drenched and nails trimmed every three months.  If you are new to alpacas, we will take the time to show you how to trim their nails and do their vaccinations and worming. 

Our wethers are not registered but often sold as pets. They are such fun to have around as they are quite playful and goofy when in a herd of other wethers.  They love to be in a large herd and are good with sheep but you need to have the correct number of alpacas per sheep if you are looking for guard animals.  An alpaca should never be left alone in a paddock they will die of loneliness and recommend 2 or 3 for small farms. 

Little Valley Farm is a member of the Australian Alpaca Association.  

Our prices include GST. 


Please ensure you have a PIC when purchasing livestock from any vendor for your farm. You can read more about PIC's here.  We now include PIC's on all our sale invoices. 

Sophia 2011 and Cria

Sophia was born 2011 and her cria born on Feb 2018. Both are up for sale and will be sold as a pair.

Sophia can be mated again for an additional fee by our registered working stud. 

She have given us lovely, easy to manage and easy temperament cria's over the years.  She is a dedicated mum to all her offspring. 

Fleece has not been tested on this alpaca but we have spun her fleece and also made pillows, cushions and quilts over the years.  She is easy to handle on grooming day such as nail trimming, worming, vaccinations and shearing. 

She is usually the first one to pose for the camera but not today! She has a lovely quirky personality and will eat out of your hand. Her cria has lovely ultra soft fawn fleece. 

We have many other alpacas for sale simply send us a email and tell us what you are looking for such as a wether, breeding, pet's or guard. Alpaca's are herd animals and are at their happiest when they are in large groups.  An alpaca can die of loneliness if left alone.  We always recommend that you have alpacas in herds of 2 or 3. 

Little Valley Farm is a member of the Australian Alpaca Association. 



Email or call us for prices as prices vary per alpaca.

Lilly 2008 and Cria

Lilly was born 2008 is being sold her with her male cria born Feb 2018.  They are both lovely natured and easy to handle. Lilly will follow you for food and is easy to handle at nail trimming, vaccinations, worming, drenching and shearing. 

She has a couple of years more of breeding and has given us other cria's over the years. She is not registered. Lilly will be sold with her cria and can also be sold mated again. 

She loves to eat and eat, and on a hot summer days she is the first one under the sprinkler. Her young cria is still feeding with her and we usually don't wean until 6-7 months depending on seasonal conditions. 

Little Valley Farm is a member of the Australian Alpaca Association and has registered and unregistered alpacas.  Our alpacas make wonderful pets.  If you are new to the world of alpacas, we occasional run training workshop on how to manage the herd as well as grooming days and also looking at the best fencing, holding pens for alpacas.