Whittlesea Agricultural Show 2020
WHITTLESEA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
proudly brings you the
Saturday 7th November 2020 - Sunday 8th November 2020*
Come and enjoy at the 161st annual Whittlesea Agricultural Show.
There will be lots of free activities and entertainment throughout the weekend, including:
cattle and sheep on show
arts and craft competition
With over 50,000 visitors over the weekend, it is one of Victoria's largest Agricultural shows.
Features: Grand parade, wood chopping, livestock pavilions, animal nursery, home crafts, free entertainment, working heritage engine display, rides, show bags and gourmet food expo.
Eftpos facilities are available at the 3 main gates. These are for payments only - no cash out.
For general information about the Show please contact the Whittlesea Agricultural Society on 9716 2835.
Whittlesea Showgrounds is located on Yea Rd, Whittlesea
Patrons please be advised that Plenty Road gets very busy and congested. Please allow for delays.
If you are coming from Melbourne and suburbs travel along the Hume Freeway and take the Donnybrook Road exit. This will take you all the way to Plenty Road - turn left at roundabout and then it is only 5km from here to the Showgrounds.
Bundoora Tram (86) to end of the line and then connecting bus.
Catch the train to South Morang and then get the 382 Bus.
Bus 384 to Kinglake stops outside Showgrounds.
Car Parking is available around the Showgrounds by gold coin donation to local SES or CFA's. You will be directed as you get closer to the Showgrounds on where to park.
* first full weekend in November
When & Where
Date/s: Saturday 7th November 2020 - Sunday 8th November 2020
Times: 9am - 5pm
Venue || Location
Whittlesea Showgrounds Events 2 Events
⊜ Showgrounds Road Whittlesea | Map
✆ Event: 03 9716 2835 | Venue: (03) 9716 2835
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