Saturday, 10th March, the Red Hill Showgrounds come alive with the festivities of one the State’s most popular agricultural shows. Entries for most categories close this week so visit our website and enter online:

Aside from the remarkable array of animals including Clydesdales, cattle, sheep, alpacas, poultry, miniature goats, working dogs and more, the 2nd Red Hill Cider Show will be hosted by local published foodie Richard Cornish and offering tastings of the award-winning ciders. This year, we are thrilled to have the Australian Mountainboarders back with demos and free workshops. The Fly Dogs will astound you with their speed and agility. A leatherworks workshop and puppet workshop will highlight some of the past trades. There will also be woodturning, spinning and weaving demonstrations. Willum Warrain, an indigenous group from Hastings, will bring their colourful caravan and engage children in boomerang painting.

Pavilions will be filled with flowers, fruit, vegetables, cooking, craft, photography and art.  The countries best to fight it out for a Victorian Title in the woodchop arena. There will be plenty of free music, activities and attractions for the whole family. Groove to the fantastic jazz vibes of The Jackson Four and kids will love the many FREE fairground rides including Bubble Soccer, rock climbing, jumping castle, pony rides and more. To celebrate our 90th there will be an official opening of the 90th Historical Display taking place at 11.00am at the Community Pavilion which will showcase memorabilia and photos of past shows and the Hinterland area. Don’t miss Victoria’s only remaining Grand Parade at 3.00pm!

For show enquiries: ph:5989 2357


First published in the Frankston Times – 19 February 2018

Pin It

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *