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Serpentine Jarrahdale Food and Farm Fest, 5 November 2022

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Serpentine Jarrahdale Food and Farm Alliance Inc.

Serpentine Jarrahdale Shire’s Own Ag Show

From show jumping, hacking events and carriage driving to alpacas, goats, sheep, donkeys and poultry we have the animal sections to delight all of our visitors.

The fabulous Andalusians with riders in full regalia, the young bloods showing off their farming skills in the Young Farmers Challenge along with enthusiastic sack racers, human wheelbarrow racers and hopeful pumpkin rollers will be on display all day long in the main arena. 

Thanks to the generous support of many local businesses cash prizes will be awarded to all winners in the main arena.

The Food and Farm Pavilion, sponsored by the Peel Harvey Catchment Council, will provide you with examples, from eggs to flowers, of all that is grown in the Shire.

In the Eric Senior Pavilion, sponsored by the Peel Development Commission, the SJ Camera Club is looking to award the best shots of nature and architecture in the Shire and Earthwhile Australia wants to show you, up close and personal, the friends that live in our soil to keep it vibrant and productive.

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Meanwhile, the Serpentine Historical Society will provide a dose of nostalgia with memorabilia from times gone by.

The Bendigo Bank Kids Zone has games and activities for all the kids and on the main stage there are performances all day long and it is all FREE.

There are over 120 stalls, including over 30 stalls from the SJ Farmer’s Market, and dozens of food vendors to satisfy every taste. The SJ Men’s Shed and other member sheds will provide demonstrations as well as provide items for sale.

And for the little ones who dream of riding that fairy tale horse there will be pony rides all day long.

See you at the SJ Horse and Pony Club, 1432 Karnup Road, Serpentine. A fun-filled day out for the whole family.

Avoid the ticket queues and buy your tickets online. 

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