110th Kyogle Show

If Kyogle locals are known for one thing, it’s their commitment to the community. Nowhere do we see this more strongly than in our farmers and the agriculture industry. 
Over the last 110 years, the Kyogle show has evolved into an integral part of the year. With more and more volunteers every year bringing passion and commitment, helping create a truly wonderful experience for all. 
The longevity of the Kyogle Show depends solely on the success of the shows before it, with planning and development throughout the whole year. 

Membership to the Show Society is open to anyone, but getting youth engagement is a high priority as that will ensure the next generation of exhibitors, patrons, volunteers, and leaders continue.


The Society hopes to continue to have an impact in the local community and is passionate about offering the opportunity to celebrate achievements of all locals.

So grab your pocket money and mark your calendars for Friday 27th and Saturday 28th September 2019 for jammed packed days full of fun.
Starting with riding classes, dog shows and challenges all through the day and camp drafting under lights on the Friday night. 


Then on Saturday there will be fun for all the family with face painting, shows and classes, (and fairy floss of course) with the official opening of the show and Grand Parade at 2pm. Saturday finishes off with a Monster Truck Display and Demolition Derby followed by fireworks.


Find out more, and see the full program at www.kyogleshow.com

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Kyogle Culture was originally establish by artist and designer Susie Marcroft-Rodgers and members of the Kyogle & District Chamber of Commerce in 2016.

 

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Kyogle Culture Magazine, and publisher Wild Honey Creative, acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this land - Australia. We acknowledge the Gullibul people of the Bundjalung Nation as the traditional custodians of the area where we live and work. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging.

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