What a wonderful treat for us here in Tasmania this year! The Campbelltown Show will be back on again. This is the 183rd Campbelltown Show and it set to be a fabulous event and is held on May 28th and 29th 2021 at the Campbelltown Show Grounds
Not just because it was cancelled last year due to Covid restrictions but because it is the Southern Hemisphere’s oldest continually running Agricultural Show and listed by The National Trust as part of our Island State’s Living history, The Campbell Town Show has always been the venue for country and town people to meet together and exchange views and opinions.
The beauty of this special show is the interest of it’s history, the charm of the township and especially the warmth and friendliness of its people, who welcome visitors to attend and share the experience.
Will I Be There??
Yes absolutely I will be there in the Exhibition Hall. So if you are in Tasmania during this great little show its well worth stopping by for a visit. There are a number of unique and interesting events on the agenda including..
This years special guest is Sally Murfet who is Tasmanian and Chief Inspiration Officer at Inspire AG.
Sally works with the Australian agri sector to increase the productivity and performance of their businesses through people.
With more than 20 years’ working on-farm or with agribusiness companies, she has an innate understanding of what makes ag businesses tick, from the paddock to the boardroom.
Before establishing Inspire AG, Sally lead a Government-funded project for TFGA to revitalise skills, training and workforce development across the entire primary industry sector in Tasmania.
In 2019, Sally was named the Rural Consultant of the Year at the Australian Farmer of the Year Awards for her dedication to leading and managing people projects that grow the Australian agriculture sector and each other.
Sally hosts a podcast called Growing Agri People. Each episode, she interviews industry leaders and subject matter experts who share their wisdom about building safe, productive and respectful workplace cultures.
For the last 15 years, Sally has been a volunteer with the Tasmanian Fire Service and has recently found a passion for leathercraft.
There is something for all the dog lovers out there at the Campbell Town Show.You can take your pick from:
If you would like to bring your own dog along, please remember they must be on a leash at all times and you must be prepared to ‘clean up’ after them.The LA Burbury Pavillion where the sheep are on display is an OUT OF BOUNDS area for all dogs, so please keep your pooch outside.
We have plenty for horse lovers at Campbell Town Show with two days of events to entertain you.Come along and enjoy the following Horse Events:
- Show Horse and Hunter
- Hunt Club
- Pony Club
Any enquiries regarding all horse events should be directed to:Mady Muirhead firstname.lastname@example.orgWe will post all relevant info to this page leading in to the event but if you have Facebook, we also have an event page with frequent updates leading into this years event click here to join and keep up to date!