Bass Coast Agricultural Show 2018

Saturday January 13th
Sunday January 14th (equestrian only)
WONTHAGGI RECREATION RESERVE

Held every year on the second weekend in January at the Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve, it's packed with events, displays, rides and performances, and is a huge amount of fun!

Lots of amazing events, displays, rides and performances.

It's a huge amount of fun for the whole family!

Have you ever thought of exhibiting something at the Show?

Have a look at the huge variety of things you can exhibit

Horse events are run and judged on Saturday and Sunday. Livestock events are judged on Saturday only. Pavilion exhibits such as cookery and crafts are judged from Wednesday to Friday, and are on display to the public on Saturday.

The Show is put togther with the support of many local businesses and individuals. As you browse through the program or this site, please take note of their logo or name on the right of your screen and pay them a visit. Their generous and continued support helps make the Bass Coast Show one of the best in country Victoria.

We look forward to seeing you there!


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Bass Coast Agricultural Show 2018  Wonthaggi Recreation Reserve  Wonthaggi Victoria 3995
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