The Waroona Agricultural Society was founded in 1925 and coordinates an annual event “the Waroona Show”, which brings the community together.
It consists of an executive committee and a general committee who are volunteers who represent a cross section of the community and who work tirelessly all year to ensure the shows success. On show day the list of volunteers grows to over 50, not including those working for other community organisations.
The Waroona Show is the largest single event in the Shire, and is the single biggest fundraising event in the year for local community organisations. The Waroona Show is also the only show in the Peel Region.
The show boasts many attractions each year including log chopping, side show alley, trade stalls, horse, cattle and poultry judging, children's entertainment, hall exhibits, cooking demonstrations, bands, fashion parades and the spectacular Bill Wyllie Memorial fireworks display.
PREMIER’S AUSTRALIA DAY ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP AWARDS 2014
Waroona Agricultural Society are the very proud recipients of the 2014 Shire of Waroona Australia Day Community Group award.
Two other very worthy recipients for the Australia Day individual awards were our current President and Life Member, Eric Walmsley and Life Member and stalwart of the Waroona Agricultural Society, John Marchetti.
Well done everyone who contributed to the Show to make this possible!
- General Public$15
- Children 5 - 16$10
- Aged Pensioners$10
FREE ADMISSION to children under 5 years old.
Aged pensioners must present a valid pension card on arrival.
FREE ADMISSION TO CARERS WITH COMPANION CARD ACCOMPANYING DISABLED
No other concessions allowed.
Credit card processing unavailable at gates.
Parking at the Show Ground is limited, however a FREE Shuttle bus will operate from the Waroona Recreation Centre, Hill Street to the Show Grounds in 10-15 minute intervals from the hours of 10am to 6pm.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Hall Exhibits, is moving to a new home for 2017. This year they will be housed in the Walmsley Pavilion at the East end of the grounds and will be sharing the space with cooking demonstrations and some trade stalls.
No dogs are allowed on the showgrounds
This is a family friendly venue. No alcohol is to be brought onto the grounds. Intoxicated or unruly patrons will be asked to leave the grounds immediately.