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Waroona Show
Waroona Date 9 Oct 2021
411 days, 18 hours and 6 minutes until the show starts!
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Important Announcement, 2020 Show Cancellation

On behalf of the Waroona Agricultural Society Committee I would like to notify that with the COVID-19 phase 4 restrictions still in place and with the added workload for our volunteers, we feel that the health and wellbeing of our Committee, Volunteers and the broader community are of paramount importance to us.

With careful consideration and heartfelt disappointment, we have decided that the 90th Waroona Show will be postponed to 9TH October 2021. Eric Walmsley, President

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From alpacas to log chopping, the Waroona Ag Show has something for the whole family to enjoy.

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Information about the town of Waroona, including things to do with the whole family while you're here.

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Australia's Biggest One Day Country Show
Join us this October for a wide range of activities for the whole family.
Come and experience the Waroona agricultural lifestyle in our-one day extravaganza! From locally produced art, cooking and wares to the latest in farm machinery, the Waroona Show really is the chance to experience fun and farming in the South West.
  • $15 General Public
  • $40 Family Entry
  • $10 Children 5 - 16
  • $10 Aged Pensioners

FREE ADMISSION children under 5.

Family entry includes 2 adults and 2 children 5 - 16 years of age. Extra child $10

Aged pensioners must present a valid pension card on arrival.


No other concessions allowed. Credit card processing unavailable at gates. Gates Open 8am, Close 9pm

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Whilst the Waroona Show did not occur on Saturday 10th October, an afternoon tea was held at the Waroona Showgrounds where Government representatives, Alcoa of Australia
Waroona Agricultural Society Committee and Life Members celebrated the Official Opening of two jointly funded projects, both in the vicinity of $100,000 each. An overdue extension to the administration building to coordinate the Waroona Show and seven toilets – one family, two wheelchair accessible and four unisex, will be of huge benefit for the Waroona show and the general community.

Amidst last minute exterior painting and hanging of historic photos the day prior, the refreshed administration building looked impeccable.
Completion of the ablution block located on the east side of the showgrounds was also the day prior.

The office extension and kitchen renovation was jointly funded by the Alcoa Waroona Sustainability Program, Federal Government Stronger Communities Program, Shire of Waroona and the Waroona Agricultural Society. Andrew Hastie MP, Adam Gilbert - Alcoa Refinery Manager, Mike Walmsley Shire of Waroona President, and Eric Walmsley Waroona Ag Society President shared in cutting a first prize ribbon with ‘dagging’shears – fitting with the agricultural theme.

A newly formed representative body of the 580 agricultural shows in Australia known as Agricultural Shows Australia formed in 2019 was successful in canvassing the Federal Government to create a $20 million grant for showground infrastructure upgrades. Chairman Dr Rob Wilson again cut a first prize ribbon along with Mike Walmsley and Eric Walmsley with funding for the ablution block being financially backed up also by the Shire of Waroona and the Waroona Ag Society.

President, Eric Walmsley highly commenced Ag Society building project manager Mark Winter, Maree Ellis, Grants and Donna Walmsley Project Coordinator and committee members who all contributed substantially to the projects.


A very special part of the afternoon was to present a Life Membership to Colleen Archibald, who commenced stewarding in the Photography section to follow Life Member Don Spark. Entries in that time were around 100 and got up to over 500 one year. The average is about 350 entries in total from the adult and children’s section.
Other diverse involvement has been RSL Bar, P&C gates, Junior Footy Kiosk, Murray Pony Club jumps and novelties, assisting with the Rural ambassador, creating maps for the Show and Landcare displays.
Colleen’s considered views have always been a valued contribution to meetings.
Congratulations Colleen.
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