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Entries can be delivered to the pavilion from 8.00am March 7 onwards.
Please note: Payment to be made at the Pavilion when entries are brought in.

2018 Pavilion Schedule (pdf file)

2018 Pavilion Online Entry – Click here to register/login and enter

Section 5, Individual Support Student No. 15. Colouring in picture provided here.

  • Art
  • Photography
  • School Handicrafts
  • Open Handicrafts
  • Cake Decorating
  • Cookery
  • Needlework
  • Flowers & Pot Plants
  • Farm & Garden Produce

Pavilion Contact Marc – 0432 276 573


 


 


 

Sideshow Alley

The 2019 Bengalla Upper Hunter Show will be packed with exciting rides and sideshow alley action for the entire family. Enjoy the family entertainment and food at the Muswellbrook Showground on Friday and Saturday.

Rides are paid for individually with each vendor.


SHOW GATE ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

Polocrosse

Mangoola-Open-Cut_Black

Polocrosse State of Origin on Friday and Saturday

Friday 12.30pm Centre Ring: Mangoola Coal Polocrosse – 1st round State of Origin

Friday 3.30pm Centre Ring: Mangoola Coal Polocrosse – 2nd round State of Origin


Saturday 3.00pm Centre Ring: Mangoola Coal Polocrosse – Final State of Origin

 


SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

 

Live Music

Come along and enjoy The Lineburners (Country Rock Band) perform at the Upper Hunter Show.

Triple B Rodeo

Don’t miss the action packed TRIPLE B night entertainment.
BULLS BRONCS + BARRELS

From 6.00pm the following events will be featuring in the Rodeo Ring.

  • $2000 BULL RIDE. Entry $144.60 AB $55
  • $1500 SADDLE BRONC. Entry $128 AB $55
  • $1500 BAREBACK. Entry $128 AB $55
  • $1500 LADIES BARREL RACE. Entry $112 AB $55
  • $500 NOVICE BULL RIDE. Entry $58 AB $22
  • $100 8-U11 JUNIOR STEER RIDE. Entry $24.80
  • $500 BULL RIDE TOP 6 CHUTE OUT

Live music by The Lineburners, plus bars will be operating along with food stalls.

Rodeo Poster (PDF file)

Thank you to Bengalla for being the major sponsor of the Triple B Show event.

 

 

 

 


SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

 

SHOWTIME FMX

Showtime FMX performance on Saturday March 16 will be held at Upper Hunter Show this year.

ShowTime FMX specialize in performing freestyle moto x shows at a wide variety of large scale events around Australia.
The ShowTime FMX Freestyle Moto X Team was formed in 1999. Since then,they have cemented their position as the most spectacular main arena act in the country and with an average of 200 performances a year, they are the most experienced freestyle moto x team in Australia.

THREE performances:

  • 11.30am with meet and greet
  • 4.30pm with meet and greet
  • 7.30pm with meet and greet afterwards

SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

 

Showgirls

Don’t miss the Grand Parade and Official Upper Hunter Show Opening at 2.00pm on Saturday.

The 2019 Upper Hunter Mangoola Coal Showgirl will be presented in the Opening Ceremony.

Thank you to the Showgirl sponsors:
Mangoola Coal
Muswellbrook RSL
Hunter Valley News, Pukara Estate, Colourworks For Hair, Chocolate & Moss Florist, Berry and French, Vivid Imagination.


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SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

Tent Pegging

Tentpegging Display

TWO PERFORMANCES: 3.00-3.30pm and 7.00-7.30pm on Saturday

Tentpegging is an equestrian sport based on the Military. Teams of 4 riders gallop in unison past 4 pegs in the ground. Points are awarded for both retrieving the peg with either a sword or a lance, as well as team drill. For further information about this discipline visit Tentpegging Australia.

Thank you to our event sponsor Regional Australia Bank.


SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

Tug of War

Saturday afternoon is full to the brim with team events this year including the Wild Plant Hire Tug of War. Get together a team of 8 for the Upper Hunter Show event. Saturday afternoon time to be confirmed for the start of the Tug of War.

Tug of War Rules

  1. All teams must follow Judges directions. Failure to follow directions will result in disqualification.
  2. The competition is a round robin with each team versing each other team once with points accumulated. If at the end of the round robin teams are tied there will be a final to decide the winner.
  3. Teams are to be made up of 8 men or women.
  4. The rope will be marked with a red centre marker and 2 markers  each 4 metres to each side of centre.
  5. The anchor is only to harness the rope using the method shown by the Judge prior to the competition starting.
  6. Nobody is to tie themselves to the rope, tie the rope around themselves or attach themselves anyway except by gripping it with their hands (save for the anchor).
  7. Teams will be instructed to “Pick up the rope” then instructed to bring the centre marker level before being told “steady” and then once the rope is stable “pull”.
  8. The pull is over when the rope travels 4 metres so that a team’s 4 metre marker crosses the centre line. The Judge will indicate that the pull is over by blowing a whistle.
  9. Each pull is the best of 3 ends. The 3rd end is only required if the first two ends are split.
  10. Teams that let go of the rope so as to drop the other teams to the ground will be disqualified.
  11. Once the competition commences teams are to stay in the marshalling area so that they are able to be called to the rope swiftly. Teams that leave the marshalling area will forfeit each round they are unavailable.

Tips for those new to tug of war:

  • Wear football boots or sturdy work boots;
  • Wear thick tops such as football jerseys (not singlets!);
  • Push with your legs rather than pulling with your back and arms;
  • Keep your feet in front of your body and your hands together close to your hips;
  • Remember to breath. Don’t hold your breath!
  • Don’t give in before the whistle is blown. Many teams fight back to win after being only a few cm’s from losing.

Thank you Wild Plant Hire for your sponsorship of this event.

 

 

 


SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

Whipcracking

WHIP CRACKING CLINIC
Open to whip crackers under the age of 16 years, boys and girls are most welcome to join.
Located next to the undercover spectators entertainment area – adjacent to the  wood chop and post splitting arena.

ENTRY FEE: $3.00


WHIP CRACKING COMPETITION

  • “Peewees” under 7 years
  • “Juveniles” 7 – 10 years
  • “Juniors” 10 – 16 years

ENTRY FEE: $3.00
RIBBONS for 1st, 2nd and 3rd placing, all Classes
Prizemoney: 1st $25, 2nd $15 and 3rd $10

Clinician: Andrew Thomas
Judge: Andrew Thomas
Plaiting demonstrations: Steve Kemp

Located next to the undercover spectators entertainment area – adjacent to the  wood chop and post splitting arena.


Waiver Form:

Print or download.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES LIMITED PARTICIPANT RISK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & WAIVER


Thank you to our generous whipcracking event sponsor – National Australia Bank


SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

Young Farmer

YFC

  • Prize Money 1st $1000.00 . 2nd $500.00 . 3rd $250.00
  • Contact Luke Drayton 0407 908 212
  • Online Team Registration – fill out registration form below or register well before the event begins on Saturday down in the main arena or at the Show Office.
  • Team Entry $20.00

Do you live in rural NSW? Are you up for a challenge?

If so, then the Young Farmer’s Challenge is the ultimate test, with some great prizes up for grabs.

The Young Farmer Challenge is designed to promote excellence in farming and showcase the involvement of youth in agriculture through a display of the skills, equipment and techniques farmers use every day. Emphasis is placed on completing each challenge in the fastest time with the correct technique and safe work method.


Thank you to our main event sponsor MacCallum Inglis.

And to all of our sponsors:
Muralla Stud,  Turanville Shorthorns,  IMS Mechanical Muswellbrook,  PPS Muswellbrook
Railway Hotel Muswellbrook,  Vet And Pet Centre Aberdeen,  Hunter Fabrication


What you need to know:

  1. The competition is open to teams of four young people (18 – 35yrs) involved in farming or other areas of the agricultural industry. Teams must be made up of at least one male and one female competitor.
  2. Work boots, long sleeve, collared shirt and hat or (PPE Helmet and Gloves when required) must be worn at all times during the Challenges otherwise ELIMINATION.
  3. Please bring water to drink and sunscreen to the Young Farmer’s Challenge.
  4. Entry is $20.00 per team. Pre enter at the show office or entries can be taken on the day.
  5. Winning team will have the opportunity represent Upper Hunter Show at the 2018 Sydney Royal Easter Show.
  6. Prizes will include tickets to the 2018 Royal Easter Show, Team T-Shirts plus more.
  7. Be at the Muswellbrook Showground Saturday 1st April for the run down on activities.

Waiver Form:

Print or download.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES LIMITED PARTICIPANT RISK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & WAIVER



SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

Wife Carrying

Power FM


  • Free entry to event competition
  •  $250.00 Prize money


Waiver Form:

Print or download.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES LIMITED PARTICIPANT RISK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT & WAIVER


SHOW ENTRY TICKET
TWO DAY PASS (Friday and Saturday)

  • Family Pass $50 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $25

ONE DAY PASS

  • Family Pass $30 (2 adults, up to 3 children)
  • Adult $15
  • Child (up to 14yrs) $5
  • Pensioner $5
  • Vehicle (all) $5

Free gate entry to Horse Show Sunday

Demolition Derby

Crash and Bash until only one car is left running.

8.00pm Saturday followed by the Bengalla Fireworks at 8.30pm.


Competitors Forms


Demolition derbies originated in the United States and quickly spread to other western nations. In Europe, this type of event is called banger racing, although in a demolition derby, racers do not race against each other, instead aiming specifically to destroy the other cars. The first Demolition derby in Australia took place in January 1963.

Fireworks Finale

Don’t miss the family favourite Bengalla Fireworks display held at approximately 8.30pm. Come along to the Muswellbrook Showground with the entire family and appreciate the entertainment leading up to this display.

Thank you to Bengalla for their generous support of this event, along with many other show events held on Friday, Saturday and the Sunday Horse Show.