Showcasing local industry

Showcasing local industry

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There is always plenty to do and see at the Kangaroo Valley Show.

There is always plenty to do and see at the Kangaroo Valley Show.

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The 134th Kangaroo Valley Show will be held on Friday, February 15, (8:30am - 11pm) and Saturday, February 16, (8am - 11pm) at Osborne Park and is sure to be as much fun as the 133 before it.

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The 134th Kangaroo Valley Show will be held on Friday, February 15, (8.30am - 11pm) and Saturday, February 16, (8am - 11pm) at Osborne Park and is sure to be as much fun as the 133rd before it.

The show is an annual celebration of the beautiful valley with a strong agricultural and horticultural industry that residents are all extremely proud of.

“Our homes are surrounded by green paddocks, free ranging animals, pollution free, no white noise and the opportunity for genuine connection to the land,” a show spokesperson said. 

“The show doesn’t change too much from year to year and we really don’t want it to.

“You get to see the talent’s of Kangaroo Valley’s own in the artworks, to the healthy competition in the ever expanding produce section, and the buzz out in the cattle yards with the junior cattle judging or competing beef or dairy cattle.

“There is horse judging, wood chopping, the champion dog show and the junior sections, the shearing demos and the sheep dog exhibition.

“Even entry to the Iron Person, hay stacking, talent quest and dog high jump is free this year.”

On the Saturday, at 4pm, organisers are hoping to set a world record for the number of people simultaneously tasting cheese.

“We are aiming for at least 700 people and have gained support in cheese donations from Bega, Bodalla and Unicorn cheese companies,” Kathy Harrington said.

  • Visit: www.kangaroovalleyshow.org.au. 
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