Incamon is owned by Richard & Robin Wirth who have followed their hearts on a lifestyle journey and made their dream a beautiful and sucessful reality.
Our family farm and alpaca stud is located on the mid north coast of New South Wales just 5 minutes from Taree GPO, 320km from Sydney, 620km from Brisbane and a lazy 13km from the Pacific Ocean at Old Bar. Incamon consists of 30 acres of rich alluvial soil covered with native grasses which supports our farming of Alpacas and Cattle. Taree has an annual average rain fall of 1200mm.
Incamon Alpaca Stud offers alpaca sales, support, stud services, agistment and also have alpaca fleece for sale.
So welcome to Incamon Alpacas, and we hope that you enjoy browsing through and learning more about our wonderful farm and Alpaca experience.
Alpacas live 15 to 20 years and grow to about 1 metre (at the shoulder). They weigh up to 70 kg and give birth to young weighing usually 6 to 8 kg. The gestation period is approximately 335 days. Females commence breeding at around 12 months and have their first born at approximately 2 years of age. Males become fertile at around 2 years old. Alpacas begin life as Crias, and grow into Tuis (Adolescents), Hembras (Adult Females) & Machos (Adult Males)
Further reading on Alpacas can be found on the Australian Alpaca Association website.