The Whittlesea Show is on this weekend.

Whittlesea ShowThe annual Whittlesea Agricultural Show is on this weekend!

This year the show will run from Saturday November 3 and Sunday November 4 from 9 am to 5 pm and it celebrates the Year of the Farmer.

The show is a fun blend of country and fun.  Farm animals, vintage farm machinery, arts and craft displays, sideshows, showbags…  It’s got the lot.

This year the free Robinson’s Circus will be back.  Under the Big Top you’ll see jugglers, high wire acts, clowns and even fire tamers.

If that is not enough, your children can join in the fun and games on Saturday with the Egg and Spoon as Sack Races.  Visit the Dog Show or ride a camel..  Watch the Grand Parade, go to the animal nursery, see the reptile displays and watch the CFA demonstrations.

Need more?

Come and see the birds of prey flying or cheer on the big men during the woodchop.  Watch the Show Girl competition or follow the stilt walkers.

The Whittlesea Agricultural Show is good old fashioned fun.

Admission:  Adults $15       Children $5 (6-14 years)

Whittlesea Showgrounds
Cnr Yea & McPhees Road

Why not take the chance to get away for the weekend?

Come and stay with us at Annie’s Cedar Farm Cottages and complete your agricultural experience.  We are only a few minutes drive away from Whittlesea and we’d love to see you.

Come to the Whittlesea Show.

If you are looking for something to do this weekend, come along to the annual Whittlesea Show.  The Whittlesea Show is one of the biggest shows in the region and it runs for the whole weekend.

There are four separate areas of action.  The Oaks stage feastures the Showgirl competitions, performances from Whittlesea Secondary College and Whittlesea Music School along with a variety of displays.  The Tide stage is the music centre with guests Rachel McCracken, Reg Poole and Owen Blundell, the Police Pipe Band and more.  The Village Green has more performances and displays, too.  The Main Arena is the scene of the Great Parade as well as shows by Pete and the Circus Dogs.  There will also be good old-fashioned fun with egg and spoon races and even a sack race.  Your kids will love it!

You will find all the regular side shows as well as displays of farming equipment and stock.

You can meet Ronald McDonald, see the free circus and take a free stage coach ride.

There is always plenty of food stalls to choose from so you won’t go hungry and of course, you can’t go home without your showbags!

It’s an action packed weekend and it is always great fun for the family.

Gates open at 9am both days.  A word of advice – get there early and avoid the queue.

If you’d like to know what’s on when pop over to the Whittlesea Show site and download their leaflet.