16 FEB - 18 FEB | VIC

Join us at Kings Park Seymour, for the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo.  Established in 1991, the Expo has grown into one of the most successful alternative farming expos in the Southern Hemisphere.

Held annually on the third weekend in February, the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo specialises in the latest innovation, technology and trends in small holdings farming, animal husbandry and rural lifestyle products and services.

Featuring over 500 exhibitors each year the expo attracts thousands of visitors from across the country over three days.

Don’t miss this impressive showcase of farm machinery, products, services and technical solutions designed specifically to meet the challenges of small holding farming in Australia.


6 MAR - 8 MAR | VIC

The Field Days is a showcase of the latest developments in farming practice, machinery, equipment, technology and services. The Field Days committee has maintained a long-term charter to foster innovation and development in primary production and agribusiness.


9 MAR - 10 MAR | WA

Showcasing and celebrating rural Western Australia, the Wagin Agricultural Society is proud to host one of the state’s largest agricultural shows.  Attracting about 20,000 visitors to the two-day event, the trade fair of Woolorama provides a wide exposure for commercial exhibitors.  Vendors with everything from tractors to teddy bears, silos to silk scarves, caravans to candles, houses to hats … all will find an audience at this autumn event in the great Southern.  The opportunity created for commercial exhibitors is for interactive exchange between customers and manufacturers, producers and purchasers.  Wagin’s central location is an easy 2-3 hour drive from Perth, Albany and Bunbury.


16 MAR - 17 MAR | SA

The Annual South East Field Days will be hosting its 40th Event on the 16th and 17th March, 2018. It promises to be our biggest and best Field Day yet with more entertainment and excitement planned to help us celebrate a special year in our history.


6 APR - 7 APR | SA

The Karoonda Farm Fair is an annual 2-day event showcasing local, state and interstate farming and general interest products, services and events. Based at Karoonda in the heart of the Murraylands region, the field day is centrally located and enjoys a broad visitor base from throughout South Australia, as well as interstate.

With over 300 exhibitors each year, the field day attracts crowds of around 7 – 10,000 over the two days. The Farm Fair focuses on primary production and associated industries.

While the region is light on with rainfall some areas are quite good but the sheep industry is enjoying great returns on both wool and meat.

Besides the great line up of businesses displaying a vast array of products, we also have many interesting entertainment events during the Field Days e.g. Karoonda Yard Dog Championships, Speed and Sports Shearing, Children’s Entertainment, Ram Display, Photographic Competition, Fashion Parade, Fleece Competition and Local Small Business Promotion.

A large Lifestyle Pavilion will cater for all indoor exhibitors and will include clothing, cosmetics, craft, computing, children’s toys, gardening products. Also included will be Education & Government Depts. finance advice, health departments and alternative industries throughout the Murraylands region.


13 APR - 14 APR | SA

The 11th Kapunda Farm Fair will be held at the Kapunda Harness Racing Complex on Friday/Saturday 13th/14th April 2018. We extend a warm welcome to our regular exhibitors and to those partaking for the first time.


27 APR - 28 APR | VIC

With over 350 exhibitor spaces and numerous quality promotions at the Field Days, around 8 – 10,000 visitors are attracted to the event each year, most of them on the lookout for new products, services and information.

East Gippsland encompasses a diverse range of agricultural and rural industries. It possesses agricultural holdings of some 750,000 ha based around beef, wool, dairy, vegetables and cropping, is seeing a growth in emerging enterprises such as flower growing and viticulture, and has a strong hobby and part time farming population. The region is also home to Australia’s largest fishing fleet, a major timber industry producing 25% of Victoria’s hardwood output, as well as expanding tourism, manufacturing and retail sectors.

It is clear that East Gippsland has significant equipment, product and service needs, and so there are many good reasons to be an exhibitor. For the visitor, the opportunity to see a vast range of products in one location presents itself but once a year, here at the East Gippsland Field Days. An iconic event on the East Gippsland calendar proudly run by the Lindenow Lions Club since its inception in 1986.


3 MAY - 5 MAY | TAS

Agfest is a multi-award winning event and offers an excellent opportunity for your business to showcase its products to thousands of people. We therefore extend an invitation to you to become part of the Agfest story next year on 3rd, 4th & 5th May 2018

Agfest is an agricultural and machinery field day event that has been operating for 35 years. It is a Tasmanian success story that injects millions of dollars into our local economy annually. Agfest today is recognised throughout Australia and is recognised in the top 3 field day events.

Agfest is organised and managed by Rural Youth Tasmania, a non-profit organisation whose members are aged between 15 and 30 years of age. The Agfest Committee is a volunteer role of approximately 60 Rural Youth members. Being on the Agfest organising committee is a powerful training tool that provides diverse skills and experiences. It is a unique training ground with opportunity for swift personal growth and extensive leadership training for those involved.

Agfest continues to grow each year, the 2017 Agfest attracting 62,787 patrons and 758 exhibitors.

Agfest provides companies, businesses and organisations the chance to make strong and viable connections with the public and is a proven successful method of direct marketing. Being part of the field days will ensure that your products and services are seen by the largest number of potential buyers in the shortest possible time.


11 MAY - 12 MAY | NSW

The Riverina Field Days evolved from a field day which had previously been held at Yanco from 1988 to 2006 and was owned and operated by local Griffith media interests WIN Television & Radio 2RG, Griffith. The Riverina Field Days are always held on the second Friday & Saturday in May each year.

The Riverina Field Days has fast become an event on Griffith’s calender that’s not to be missed. Each year attendance has boomed due to the ever evolving range of attractions & quality exhibitors. It is successful because of the right combination of family & kids attractions, entertainment, food, unique demonstrations, machinery and farming exhibitors. This region produces the best quality food and fibre products and is widely known as the ‘food bowl’. The Riverina Field Days is the perfect opportunity to showcase the best farming practices and technology from all industries.


18 MAY - 19 MAY | VIC

From local foods and wines, to health and beauty and so much more, the Mildura Field Days is about farmers, business, families and fun. Even the younger ones will find things to keep them happy, with attractions just for them.

The Mildura Field Days has a proud tradition of celebrating the ingenuity, produce and people of this district and our new look and format will further reinforce our commitment to this by promoting optimism and understanding throughout the region.


5 JUN - 7 JUN | QLD

CRT FarmFest is Queensland’s premier primary industry field days. Showcasing over 2,000 companies and attracting over 60,000 visitors from across the nation and overseas. This is one of the fastest growing and successful field days in Australia. The event is organised and promoted by Fairfax Rural Events, the organisers of many major events in Australia and New Zealand including the giant AgQuip Field Days in Gunnedah NSW.


14 JUN - 16 JUN | NSW

Primex, the family-owned brand, has been a part of the Australasian agricultural field days calendar since 1985. Always at Casino, in coastal northern NSW, Primex has evolved from a localized event with around 40 companies and a few thousand visitors, to one of the country’s leading primary industries expos. It now boasts in excess of 300 exhibitors, 1000 different companies and more than 25,000 visitors across its three days.


28 JUN - 30 JUN | QLD

Ag-Grow in Emerald is one of the most successful marketing events available to businesses wishing to access the agricultural, mining and associated demographic of Central Western Queensland and beyond.

Now recognized as an event of events it has grown to become not just one of the largest spending field days on the national circuit but a social event of the year for the surrounding regions. It has created a momentum of its own as it defies challenges such as the drought and subsequent economic conditions and continues to grow, consistently introducing a minimum of 30 – 50 new exhibitor sites annually.


13 JUL - 14 JUL | NSW

This year will mark the 41st anniversary of the Mudgee small Farm Field Days.  The event continues to be a source of information, new products and relevant services for those living on the land, while continuing with our longstanding vision of innovation and sustainability.  The event attracts a wide range of visitors, including professional and hobby farmers as well as “tree changers”. Demonstrations, talks and displays are a key part of our event and we encourage exhibitors to incorporate these in their exhibit, as it is a wonderful way to engage with your customers.

Whether you are a returning exhibitor or joining us for the first time, we look forward to your support for a successful 2018 event


1 AUG - 2 AUG | VIC

The first Field Days were held in 1979 in a local paddock. 39 dealers exhibited their products with an emphasis on broad acre agricultural machinery and equipment.

The two day event was held in different temporary sites with all amenities being erected and pulled down each year. This was a major logistical exercise and after six years the current permanent site was settled on a leased area on the Sunraysia Highway between Speed and Turriff - 42km South of Ouyen, 55km North of Hopetoun.

Subsequently, permanent amenities were constructed and the club was successful in acquiring the original historic Speed Railway Station as the main office. Through the years permanent buildings and utilities were built to keep up with the demand.

Today, the Field Days have earned the respect of the industry.  It is a major event on the agricultural calendar and one of the biggest in the Mallee.  Approximately 350 site holders and the 8,500 public make the event the success that it is.  They come to seek out and evaluate the equipment on offer, along with the technical information to aid modern broadacre farming.

One of the features of the Field Days, which are held on the first Thursday of August and the preceding Wednesday each year, is the circular design. A section of the site is allocated for Crafts and Interests, which included Fashion Parades, Central Demonstrations and craft tables.

These Field Days have developed into one of the biggest in the state and have been a great fundraiser for the Speed Lions Club and many other local organisations.  The Speed Lions Club has 24 members and without their volunteered hard labour and the support from local sporting and social clubs, this event would not be the success it is today.

We look forward to seeing you at the Mallee Machinery Field Day and being a part in our future’s history.


6 AUG - 7 AUG | VIC

With an aim to promote the advancement of agriculture, particularly relevant to the Western Districts of Victoria, the Hamilton Pastoral & Agricultural Society's activities encourage and celebrate excellence and innovation in agriculture.  Since 1858, the Society held a Spring Show almost every year. 1952 saw the introduction of the Sheep Show which was then expanded and born into Sheepvention in 1978.  The success of Sheepvention led to the exciting launch of the Beef Expo in 1992 and in 1995 the Spring Show was withdrawn from the list of events.Today, The Hamilton Pastoral & Agricultural Society continues to hold the annual event Sheepvention in August. 


14 AUG - 16 AUG | SA

The biennial Field Days began as a one day event in 1973 and was run by the Cleve Apex Club.  In 1976 a Field Days Committee was formed, it became a two day event and was held at Sims Farm (the School Agricultural Training Farm).  In 1978 the first three day event was held on the present site, with only part of the site being used, but with improved facilities it has become one of the major events in South Australia.

The Field Days draws an average of 25,000 people over the three days, from the whole of the Eyre Peninsula, Upper and Mid North, as well as many interstate visitors.

Eyre Peninsula’s friendly people are creative, resourceful and productive with the major focus being grain and livestock production and a rapidly expanding aquaculture industry.  The Field Days has become a popular event for exhibitors with the diverse range of products that can be displayed.


21 AUG - 23 AUG | NSW

Commonwealth Bank AgQuip, has been running since 1973 and is located on a permanent, purpose-built site, eight kilometres west of Gunnedah, New South Wales. The event attracts over 100,000 visitors each year, over the three-day period. 

Showcasing over 3,000 products and services aimed at farming professionals, the event provides an excellent opportunity for businesses to promote their brand, generate sales and connect with their customers. Visit the About page for more information.


29 AUG - 30 AUG | WA

Dowerin Events Management is the organisation responsible for running the iconic Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days and several other wheatbelt events. As a not-for-profit organisation, all the income generated through the Field Days and other events goes directly into the local region. Through the fundraising efforts of over 300 volunteers for their nominated clubs and organisations, as well as significant donations offered through our funding Committee, Dowerin and the wider community benefit greatly from the events.

The Dowerin Field Days itself is the largest and most widely recognised agricultural event in Western Australia. The Committee has built a strong reputation over its 53 year history, with the brand recognised throughout Australia and increasingly overseas, across rural, regional and metropolitan areas.

The Dowerin Field Days directly targets attendees from agricultural regions, attracting over 25,000 visitors each year. Recent studies have shown that over 70% of all attendees come from rural and regional areas and most own or run an agricultural related business. Around 7000 broad acre farmers attend the event each year and over half of all visitors stated their reason for attending was a strong interest in agricultural products and services.


5 SEP - 6 SEP | WA

On the first Wednesday and Thursday of September each year, the town of Newdegate hosts one of the states premier agricultural events, the Newdegate Machinery Field Days.

Our iconic event has grown to become one of the most renowned and recognised in the Wheatbelt.
Machinery, technology and research, animals and livestock, outdoor and camping exhibits, art and photography, fashion, show bags, food and wine, local produce, live entertainment, and much, much more make this two day event one not to missed, promoting and celebrating agriculture.


18 SEP - 20 SEP | NSW

Exhibitors have access to more than 60,000 visitors who come to the Henty Machinery Field Days from a 500km radius to buy, learn, research future purchases, make contacts and socialise.  Be sure to come down and check out the Now Buildings team in full force and see for yourself the quality of our brackets and steel.


2 OCT - 4 OCT | VIC

From humble beginnings in 1964, Elmore Field Days has gained recognition as one of Australia’s premier agricultural Field Days.

This is the result of decades of hard work and dedication from subsequent volunteer committees and sub-committees to ensure every event is even more successful than the last.

As a community owned and run, not for profit organisation, Elmore Field Days is focused on providing an unbiased service to agriculture and community with flow on economic benefit to regional areas.
Always innovating. Always looking forward.

Primary producers don’t rest on their laurels, and neither do we. With a strong commitment to innovation in all forms, Elmore Field Days constantly strives to make every event better than the last.

Our permanent site now has a developed cost approaching $2.5 million and is being continuously enhanced.

While we have grown, we have never lost sight of our original purpose – to give primary producers the opportunity to learn about the very latest in farming, and to give manufacturers the opportunity to display and demonstrate those innovations.


12 OCT - 13 OCT | VIC

The Wandin Silvan Field Days is now in its 48th year - the principal focus being Horticultural and agricultural producers to showcase their products and services enabling visitors direct contact with the local growers and producers of this region.

Please take a look at some of the photos over the years which demonstrate how the Field Days has evolved into one of the premier local events for local regional producers and farmers.


20 OCT - 21 OCT | NSW

The Murrumbateman Field Days is one of the region’s premier events and the flagship annual event for the Yass Valley - Murrumbateman is around 30 minutes from Canberra.

An outstanding family event, the Field Days are held on the third weekend in October and each year around 22,000 people including nearly 500 exhibitors descend on a 40 acre site at Murrumbateman Recreation Grounds for the two days. Visitors come from the local area as well as Canberra, the Southern Highlands, Sydney and even further afield.


Join us for the Murrumbateman Field Days - it’s a country experience for the whole family!


25 OCT - 27 OCT | NSW

The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) provides a unique opportunity for retailers, primary producers, the general public and government organisations to come together to share information in a hands-on forum.

With a strong reputation as the oldest annual agricultural exhibition in the country (est. 1952), the ANFD showcases quality exhibitors continuing the long-held commitment to Advancing Australian Agriculture.

ANFD focuses on delivering the latest technology and innovations in agriculture and the sharing of knowledge by allowing exhibitors to practically demonstrate product technology to dedicated and progressive agriculturalists. Our format includes a Saturday, which is a way of letting people who combine on and off farm work to retain their strong focus on agriculture.


2 NOV - 3 NOV | NSW

NSW Mid North Coast’s premier rural lifestyle ProAg Field Days will return to Macksville for two big days in early November.

Fairfax Rural Events has taken over management of the well-known event and we are pleased to announce that there will be a significant range of agri and lifestyle products and services showcased over the two days.

With more than 100 agricultural and general interest companies on-site, demonstrations, new products, innovative presentations and more; ProAg Field Days will have something for the whole family. 

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