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What to see at the show?

TC Trickz

TC Trickz Trials Entertainment is a world class motorcycle act that performs motorcycle stunt shows around the Country and World.  TC Tricks Trials Entertainment have been performing stunts and shows for years, from movies to major events.  They bring a combination of technical trickz mixed up with backflips, 180's, splats inverted wheelies tweaked out nose wheelies and laugh out loud comical moments.

Comedy Duck Races

Gilmore entertainment are bringing family fun entertainment, providing duck races with crowd participation, competitions and prizes for the best named duck and winning ducks.

Me 'N Me Mates

The lively trio bring new energy warmth and humour to Australia's rich heritage of popular folk and country songs.  Catering for all ages, G rated songs and yarns for the whole family to enjoy together.

Balloonatic Bruce

Balloonatic Bruce brings lots of fun, colour, action and excitement.  From strolling walkabouts to a stage performance, he engages guests young and old with his very special style of children's entertainment.


Burrungule Park Laser Tag

Fun for all ages. Join Burrungule Park Laser Tag team between 10am and 5pm daily for a round with your mates.

Australian Bush Buddies

Australian Bush Buddies are owned and operated by experienced zoo keepers.  You will be able to enjoy wildlife presentations of various animals including birds of prey, crocodiles and marsupials.  

Bunnings Activity Centre

Pop into the Bunnings Activity Centre for some downtime. Join the team for children’s craft activities.

Elders Ag Learning Centre

The Ag learning centre will provide the public with presentations and access to Agricultural Animals in an area, which is exciting, inviting, safe and informative.


The target audience of 0-12 years are invited to experience an educational environment through looking, listening and especially touch.


The Centre will contain a variety of Agricultural Animals but especially focusing on baby animals.


All pens and individual larger animals will be manned by Agricultural Science students from Grant High School allowing the general public but especially young people safe and supervised interaction with the animals.


The Centre will also incorporate informative presentations on animal husbandry practices carried out on South East farms.

Presentations may include:

  • Milking dairy cows

An interesting and informative presentation showing how milk is obtained from cows.  
Watch a cow being milked and the cream is separated.

Also find out about Dairy Cows and how they produce milk.

  • Feeding baby animals

Look and learn about baby farm animals.
Watch how they feed and see what they eat. 
After the presentation spend some time with the baby animals. 

Find out how to hold small farm animals and what they feel like. 

  • Shearing

Learn about sheep breeds and their uses.
Watch a sheep being shorn and the fleece being prepared for sale.

Feel the fleece in its natural state and take home a sample of wool.


Fireworks Display- Saturday 9pm

Plus all your show favorites...

  • Sideshows

  • Showbags

  • Trade Sites

  • Horses in action

  • Indoor Exhibition (including arts, crafts,
    cookery and more)

  • Horticulture Competitions

  • Livestock Judging

  • Working dog competitions

  • Vintage Engines & Tractors

  • Poultry exhibits

  • Community Group Displays

  • Barrell Racing 

  • SEAC Motorkhana


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