Brumbies from the Kosciuszko National Park.
Association president Colleen O'Brien said the forum would be an opportunity for anyone who wanted to have a hand in the future of the brumbies, but didn't know where to start.
The forum will traverse issues around the management of the brumbies, aspects of which have provoked controversy, and their history.
The forum will include speakers from the National Parks and Wildlife Service, The Australian Brumby Alliance, the Snowy Mountain Bush Users Group, as well as one of Australia's foremost experts in fertility control.
"This forum aims to bring together brumby supporters that may have the interest in joining, helping or starting groups with the aim of receiving, gentling and re-homing Kosciuszko Brumbies," O'Brien said.
"The brumbies of Kosciuszko are an iconic part of our Australian story," she said.
"Their ancestors explored our country, cleared and ploughed our fields. They delivered our milk and our mail, carried our children to school and our young men to war.
"The descendants of these great horses are now roaming Kosciuszko."
The forum aimed to hear views of key brumby management players and identify common ground through open discussion.
Brumby information and rehoming forum
When: 28th August 2010
Time: 9.30am registration for 10am start
Where: Gundagai Services Club, 254 Sheridan St, Gundagai, NSW 2722
Tea and Coffee available (gold coin donation). Lunch available at the venue (at own cost) Please contact Colleen O'Brien from the Victorian Brumby Association on the details below with any questions. It would be helpful if those attending could let organisers know so they can plan for numbers.