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Adelaide Hills Sandstone – Uraidla & Summertown Country Show, 6 November 2022

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Uraidla and Summertown H & F Society, Inc

As the days get warmer and the evenings get longer, it must be time for the Uraidla and Summertown Country Show. 

Uraidla Show 2022

The first Sunday in November is now locked in the hearts and minds of new friends and old as the day of the Uraidla Show. A show for Hills communities and for Adelaide people to come up the hill and share in a taste of country life. 

From the traditional to the innovative, from markets to a thriving raft of musical performances, the Uraidla Show will entertain young and old from near and far. 

Uraidla Show President James Sadler is confident there will be something for everyone,

“As ever there will be food aplenty from a range of different food vans and local community groups offering something to feast on or simply nibble on as you make your way around the many and varied things to see and do.”

From scrummy food to demonstrations and exhibitions there will much to distract and enthrall. Entertainment abounds no matter what your age or interests – the bands and performers are a special highlight. 

Come for the opportunity to explore more about our lives and wares in the district and stay to revel in the fun and new friendships. 

The community looks forward to sharing with you their favourite day of the year.”

Uraidla Show

Show Day:  Sunday, 6 November 2022 – all day – 9am -9.30pm

Entry price:  Adults – $15;   Kids 12 yo and under – free

You’ll find lots of information in the Uraidla Show Book.

There’s an A-Z of competitive sections for you to choose from, give it a go and best of all no section entry free.

Getting there is easy as you can catch one of their FREE shuttle bus services that bring you to the showgrounds.  Make your way to the Crafers Interchange and hop on the Uraidla Show shuttle bus.   Alternatively, look out for the parking signs on the outskirts of the township and catch a shuttle bus into the show.  Either way, they’ve made it easy for you to get there.

Find out more on the show’s website or follow their socials: Facebook and Instagram.

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