Richmond Field Days and Races, 9-10 June 2023
The district around Richmond has a strong history of racing dating back to the early settlers. This is an iconic North West Queensland event that continues to draw crowds and looks set to showcase yet another exciting line up in its 38th year.
Rotary Art Show preparations in full swing
Preparations for Rotary Club of Castlemaine’s 34th Annual Art Show across the King’s Birthday weekend, June 9–12, are in full swing. The featured artist for 2023 is well-known Castlemaine artist Juliana Hilton.
Mackay Show, 20-22 June 2023
Just some of the entertainment at this year's Mackay Show includes :
Blackbutt Annual Show, 20 May 2023
We have a Blue Light Disco at the Town Hall Friday night for the children along with a Open Mic Night and BBQ and bar at the Show ground to kick start a great weekend. The show society subsides all rides to the cost of $5.00 per ride to make the show affordable for families.
Gidgegannup Small Farm Field Day, 28 May 2023
Sunday, 28th May, 2023 – Gates open at 9.00am. $15 per adult, 16 and under free. No dogs permitted. Free Parking. This year the Honey Festival is with us again. Much more space this time so expect this to be something special. There will be talks, demonstrations, competitions and special activities for children.
123rd Biggenden Show, 20 May 2023
We are also hosting a wine and cheese night to welcome Miss Showgirl and the Rural Ambassadors on the 19th May (the day before the Show).
The David Hack classic returns
The Classic is being held at the Toowoomba Aerodrome on Sunday 21 May ... The day attracts some 400 vehicles and 30 to 40 aircrafts with some 4,000 people attending. The mix of classic vehicles and warbirds make for a unique atmosphere and this year the Jensen Car Club will hold its Club National Rally.
Bellingen Show, 13-14 May 2023
The much-anticipated annual Bellingen Show is just around the corner with a glossy printed program just released allowing attendees to plan their weekend well in advance. To provide a glimpse into the show's highlights, we invited several Bellingen Show committee members to share their personal recommendations.
Mildura Field Days, 19-20 May 2023
The Mildura Field Days is an annual two day event which has grown from humble beginnings as a Gadget Day to become an important link between the broader community to agriculture and the associated industries.
Stock horses put on a royal performance at Sydney
With big numbers in stud classes at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show, spectators had plenty to look at and could admire some of Australia’s finest livestock ... Champion stock horse hack Brandwood Orlando ridden by Cole Moxey with reserve champion Tahnee Sullivan’s Wundurra Impact and judge Sam Davidge ... The black stallion was not only Champion Stock Horse stallion but added the Champion Working ASH, Champion ASH Hack and the Most Versatile ASH Exhibit awards to his show collection.
Neill Earthmoving 130th Nyngan Show, 14-15 May 2023
What a great line up for this year’s Show 14 – 15 May, we have as our feature attraction Mr Rob Bast, Chainsaw Sculptor, who will be starting his work at 9am each day, Rob will create 6 pieces of artwork over the 2 days and they will be auctioned off on Monday afternoon after the Dog High competition. This event is not to be missed.
Brooke’s Royal way with words
Growing up on her family’s beef cattle property at Fine Flower in the Clarence Valley, Brooke Chapman has always been surrounded by the rugged beauty of the Australian bush ... Inspired by her rural upbringing, her admiration for the regional landscape, and her love of writing, the 15-year-old recently penned an exquisite piece entitled ‘Love Poem to the Bush’ which she entered in the secondary school’s section of the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW A.B. Paterson Bush Poetry Award at the 2023 Sydney Royal Easter Show ...
Gilgandra Show, 28-29 April 2023
The annual Gilgandra Show is held in April or May each year. Whether you’re competing or just after a fun day out, the Show program includes animals, equestrian events, competitions, displays, special features and more to entertain and engage the whole family. Don’t miss our Saturday night fireworks spectacular. Bring the children to enjoy the carnival atmosphere of sideshow alley, and see horses, cattle, sheep, poultry, and pavilion exhibits. Check out our marketplace lane for some retail therapy.
Serpentine Jarrahdale Ag Show Food & Farm Fest, 6 May 2023
Food and Farm Fest is being held at the Serpentine Horse and Pony Club grounds, 1432 Karnup Road Serpentine.
94th Bonalbo Show, 21-22 April 2023
The Bonalbo Show will be held on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 April at the Bonalbo Showgrounds. The Show Schedule is available online at the Bonalbo Show website – www.bonalboshow.com.au and at several locations in Bonalbo and around the district.
Narrabri Show, 5-7 May 2023
Highlights of our show this year will include : We are running a raffle and the first prize is a ride on a lawnmower sponsored by Hutchinson and Pearce. Our Diamond sponsors are Hutchinson and Pearce, Santos & Whitehaven Coal Running a rodeo for entertainment on Friday night and we have the RoofTop Express (Who performed at Sydney Royal this year) as entertainment on Saturday night.
Bull shows his class
Local beef stud, Challambi Charolais of Greg Greg, met with success after attending the Sydney Royal Easter Show to compete in the Charolais judging. They entered Challambi Sargent (pictured), a 19-month only bull weighing 752kgs, which went on to win his class and reserve Junior Champion.
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