The 87th Brunswick Show will be held on Saturday 27th October 2018, from 8.30 am - 9 pm. There will be all the fun and events of a large agricultural show and it is one that is well worth driving to, even if you do not live near Brunswick!
One of the star attractions at this year's show is none other than Sabrina Hahn, the ever popular garden guru. Sabrina is well known from radio shows as an accomplished and knowledgeable gardener, horticultural expert, award-winning radio presenter and writer.
Sabrina has a real passion for the making landscapes sustainable. She is always full of inspiring and unique ideas and is a full bottle on all plant related problems that many of us have in our gardens.
Sabrina has shared this exceptional knowledge for some 25 years now on ABC radio. She is also a highly entertaining speaker and MC and writes regular columns in the gardening section of The West Australian, and several magazines around Perth.
Now you can hear and see Sabrina live at the Brunswick Show!
Also entertaining for this show is iPhunk who are a funk, soul and Motown band, whose members are from Bunbury.
Cost Entry costs for the Show are: Adults: 16 years and over - $16
Concession: with card - $12
Child: 6-15 years old - $10
Child: 5 years and under - FREE
Judging for all these categories will commence on the Friday afternoon. Those who win trophies in the Tom Pearson Pavilion will have them presented on stage at 4.45 pm. You can read more about the pavilion exhibits by clicking here.
Also on at this show will be wood chopping competitions. These are always very popular with the crowds and they commence at 10.30 am. You can read more details by clicking on this link.
There will be continual shuttle bus services and you can see the details and map by clicking here.
This will be one of our best agricultural shows with an experienced committee running it and heaps to do for the whole family. The following link is a map of this year's layout of the show, which will help you find your way around! Please click here for this map.
History of the Show
The first Brunswick Show was held in 1932 after which they stopped during World War 2. The show committee consisted of local farmers as well as people of the area who wanted to show their livestock, as well as their homemade and grown goods.