STUD BEEF: Enjoy the stud beef cattle at the Woodenbong Show.
STUD BEEF: Enjoy the stud beef cattle at the Woodenbong Show. Diane Essery

Roll up at the Woodenbong Show

DON'T miss this year's Woodenbong Show.

Starting tomorrow night, there will be a barbecue, bar and plenty of entertainment from 6pm.

On Sunday there will be an official opening, grand parade, equestrian events, heavy horse events, stud beef cattle, pavilion, ute show, dog show, iron man comp, vendor displays, animal nursery, amusements, kids novelty events, all day barbecue and devonshire teas and refreshment stalls.

Fashions at the Show

These can be from any era or style for both males and female entrants.

Sections: 12-15 years; 16-25 years; over 25 years.

So come on guys, polish those boots, brush the hats and get ready.

Girls, have a look in the cupboard and grab that favourite outfit.

There will be prizes for each age group, judged during the morning.

Iron Man

Do you fancy yourself as the Woodenbong Hotel iron man? Handy around the farm? Can you handle a bale of hay? Drive a picket? Be a good sport? Have some fun?

Come to the Woodenbong Show and pit you skills against all comers and the clock.

Entry fee: $5

Prizemoney: $100.

SUNDAY, APRIL 14

8am (onward)

  • Equestrian events
  • Horse jumping

10am

  • Beef cattle judging
  • Animal nursery
  • Pet show
  • Kids activities
  • Ute show
  • Fashions on the Field competition for all ages

10.30am

  • Pavilion opens

1pm

  • Official opening
  • Grand parade

2pm

  • Novelty events
  • Woodenbong Hotel Iron Man competition


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