Central Highlands Veterinary Group

Broadford Clinic 5784-1088 Wallan Clinic 5783-4356


Equine & Farm Animal Veterinary Services

Central Highlands Veterinary Clinic offers a wide range of services for all species of pets and stock. 

House calls

Central Highlands Veterinary Clinic staff will perform house call to large animal cases to stock in the local area.  Please note that large animal call outs will require the client to have their stock contained in a yard or crush before the Vet’s arrival. All pregnancy tests, castration of older bulls, rams, bucks and cattle hoof trimming will require the provision of a crush. Payment is required at time of service. We also understand that in some instances it is impossible to get our smaller pets into the clinic and where possible, under special circumstances, will perform house calls to dogs.

Reproductive services

Central Highlands Veterinary Clinic offer a full range of reproductive services for small animals and pregnancy testing for cattle and horses.


The veterinarians at Central Highlands Veterinary Clinic are accredited Hendra vaccinators and the clinic stocks large animal vaccinations including Equivac 2 in 1 (Equine tetanus and strangles), Equivac tetanus antitoxin, and 5 in 1’s for sheep, goats and cows.


Central Highlands Veterinary Clinic offers the highest standards of ultrasonic and radiographic imaging technology.  The latest addition to the suit of imaging equipment the clinic has purchased is a brand new digital x-ray. This means we can now take radiographs with greater detail. Our x-ray system is portable and is available for Vet Checking horses and performing work ups outside of the clinic.


The clinic is equipped with a fully functioning laboratory with the capability to perform routine cytology, blood tests, fecal analysis and urine analysis in clinic with same day results. For non-routine or specialist testing Central Highlands Veterinary Clinic offers external pathology services with daily pick-ups to NATA certified laboratories.

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