General Information

Toilets

Toilets are conveniently located throughout the Showground and are clearly signposted.

Under the Main Grandstand at the Brooker Road end
Behind the St John First Aid Room
Outside of the Showbag Pavilion, carnival end

ATM Outlets

Located at;

The Showcase Pavilion – normally market pavilion.
The Main Grandstand – opposite end to Art displays.

EFTPOS facilities to purchase an entry ticket available Brooker Highway Entrance (adjacent Creative Homes) and the Main Gate at Howard Road.

First Aid and Police

The St John First Aid Station is at the top of Showground Drive near Reception. The Police Station is located next to the St John First Aid Station.

Lost Children

The lost children reunion point is located in the Police Station at the top of the Showground Drive.

Lost Property

Please report all lost property to the Police Station.

Respite Areas

The best places to sit down as a group and either eat lunch or just have a rest are:-

  • Lawn area in front of the Administration Building overlooking the Main Arena
  • Main Grandstand providing indoor cover and plenty of seating, bar and refreshments
  • Arena Side tiered seating, with the Kids Sports Area and Tas Bash Cars on Saturday
  • Showcase Pavilion Lawn
  • Show Village Lawn & Farm Village Lawn
  • Old Grandstand providing undercover seating and shade
  • Hit 109 Showbag Pavilion, indoors with entertainment

Refer to the Showground map – available online – for details of these locations

 Smoking

Government regulation stipulates that the Show is a smoke free event.

Animals on Display

Please be aware that some types of animals are not at the Show for the full four days of the Show. Remember too, that although many animals are domesticated they can cause injury and should be treated with caution.

Avoid accidents with animals

          Avoid quick movements or loud noises that may frighten the animals.

Do not poke, tease or imitate the sound the animal makes.

Beware of standing behind the animals, as livestock can kick forward, sideways and backwards.

Only pat the animals if the owner is present and gives permission.

Move slowly in single file around livestock.

Allow enough space between you and the animals to avoid being stepped on or kicked.

Most animals tend to be aggressive when protecting their young. Be extra careful around newborn animals.

Touch animals gently and don’t push or shove, but only when allowed to do so.

Always wash your hands after touching animals.  Hand washing facilities are located at the entry and exit points of animal pavilions.