PRIZE BULL: The simmental bull Lucrana Kingston was awarded Supreme Champion Bull at the 2016 Warwick Show, pictured with handler Nikolaus Charlton and owner Andrew Moore, showgirl entrant Taylah Gibson and judges Hayden Todd and Greg Tyler.
PRIZE BULL: The simmental bull Lucrana Kingston was awarded Supreme Champion Bull at the 2016 Warwick Show, pictured with handler Nikolaus Charlton and owner Andrew Moore, showgirl entrant Taylah Gibson and judges Hayden Todd and Greg Tyler. Jayden Brown

Get involved in the 2018 Warwick Show

THE Warwick Agricultural Show had its beginnings in 1867 and remains an important event on the local calendar.

While the young, and young at heart, look forward to the fairy floss, show bags and the thrills and fun of the rides and sideshow alley, others enjoy the agricultural and industrial exhibits, entertainment or main ring features.

Every year many are involved as exhibitors, entrants or volunteers in show competitions.

To enter head to www.warwickshow androdeo.com.au

This year those competitions include:

Amateur Bee Keepers Association of Southern Downs

Caged birds

Clean shears

Cookery and preserves

Floral art

Harness spectacular

Heavy horse

Horses

Horticulture

Lapidary

Needlework

Pet Parade

Photography

Pigeons

Pottery

Poultry

Prime cattle

Prime sheep and lamb

Schools

Stud cattle

Stud sheep

Sheep dogs

Showjumping

Ute show

Woodwork

Wool

Dogs

Demolition derby

Children's pushbike races

2018 Show admission costs

Adults (14 years and over): $12

Students with ID: $7 (high school students only)

Pensioners: $7 (aged pension, veteran affairs and disability card holders only)

Child 5 years and under 14 years: $3

On Friday, March 24 - admission for children under 14 is free if accompanied by an adult.



Man out to 'teach a lesson' when he kneed a man in the head

Man out to 'teach a lesson' when he kneed a man in the head

Warwick man drags a man from his car outside a Warwick pub

Record number of stitches performed by hospital this year

Record number of stitches performed by hospital this year

Festival has our amazing nurses turning their needles to other work.

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REVEALED: Celebrity chefs to cook up a treat for festival

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