If great value family fun is what you are after, look no further than the 2017 Murwillumbah Show. With two days of jam-packed activities, this year’s program really does have something for everyone.
With new entertainment, attractions, rides and exhibits you are in for a real surprise! A historical community driven celebration of the agricultural history and diverse modern culture of the Tweed Shire!
The Show will open on Friday 3rd November with a Rodeo at night and local music legend Dan Hannaford playing on the Bushman’s Stage where you can enjoy the music at the Branding Rail with Stone & Wood Brewing.
Festivities will continue on Saturday 4th November with a variety of entertainment including craft stalls, farm displays, sideshows, wood chopping an animal nursery and all the traditional show competitions in craft, cookery, horticulture, art and photography.
All this will culminate in a performance by legendary blues band Devils Kiosk, spectacular fireworks, monster truck displays and a dare devil moto bike stunt show on the Saturday night.
The Murwillumbah Show is held at the Murwillumbah Showground and is now one of the oldest continually running agricultural shows in Australia, celebrating its 117th Show in 2017.
Visit www.murwillumbahshow.com.au for more information
1 Day Pass – Adult – $10, Child (3yrs-12yrs) – $5, Child (Under 3yrs) – free, Aged Concession – $5, Family Ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children) – $25, Members – Free (schools bringing school children – Free) 2 Day Pass – Adult – $15, Child (3yrs-12yrs) – $5, Child (Under 3yrs) – free, Aged Concession – $5, Family Ticket (2 Adults & 2 Children) – $40, Members – Free