The Board is an independent State Government Statutory Corporation. It is responsible under the Veterinary Practice Act 2003, for registering Veterinary Practitioners and Veterinary Specialists, Licensing Veterinary Hospitals and investigating complaints about the practice of Veterinary Science in NSW.
This site provides information to the Veterinary Practitioners of New South Wales, Veterinary Practitioners from other States and Territories in Australia and overseas, other government departments and consumers of Veterinary Services.
Details of veterinary practitioners, veterinary specialists and veterinary hospitals are available by using the search facility by pressing the blue seach button below the menu on the left hand side of page.
The Annual General Meeting of the veterinary profession in New South Wales will be held at the Duntryleague Country Club, Woodward St Orange, from 7:30 pm Tuesday 18 November 2014.
A light supper and refreshments will be provided. For catering purposes, if you will be attending please RSVP via email, telephone or facsimile by Tuesday 11 November 2014.
Telephone 02 8338 1177
Facsimile 02 8338 1077
The Board and Racing NSW continue to negotiate, with the assistance of representatives of the State government, in order to reach an alternative to the licensing regime proposed by RNSW. We have been advised by Racing NSW that the commencement of Local Rule 82C and licensing has been deferred indefinitely.
Please read the information regarding Hendra virus Work Health and Safety Responsibilities which is issued on behalf of Ian Roth - the Chief Veterinary Officer in NSW.
Please address any queries you have regarding the above information to:
Sarah Britton | Veterinary Officer | Biosecurity NSW
Department of Primary Industries |161 Kite Street | Orange NSW 2800| Locked Bag 21 | Orange NSW 2800
T: 02 6391 3717 | F: 02 6361 9976 |
Please note that the Australian Veterinary Association 2014 Annual Workforce Survey is still available for you to complete
2014 survey link
The purpose of the annual survey is to examine the current profile of the veterinary profession and anticipate future trends and changes. The information collected will help the profession, government, veterinary boards and others to understand how the provision of veterinary services may be affected by various factors, including increasing numbers of veterinary graduates, career breaks, part-time working, early retirement and veterinarians choosing to work outside the profession. The report from last year is publicly available on the AVA website at 2013 Annual Workforce Survey. The 2014 survey will collect similar data to allow trends analysis, with a few improvements based on the recommendations by the statistician who analysed the 2013 results.