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Busselton is about 2 hours south of Perth and is home to the longest wooden jetty in the world. It is also a beautiful town, with historical buildings and an exquisite view of the turquoise ocean, which is annually visited by migrating humpback whales.
This year, Busselton will celebrate the 155th Agricultural Show. Apart from showcasing the best in regards to agriculture, this event is well known for the exhibiting a range of shows which include whip cracking, hacking, and jumping.
The schedule below is a list of events one can expect on this weekend. However, some events and times are subject to change.
FRIDAY 28th October
8.30am Ring Events - Hacking commences 9am Ring events - Kindergarten classes commence 11am Ring Events – Jumping 2pm Ring Events - Novelties commence 3pm Emery, Bower & Reading Pavilions open 5pm Sideshow Alley opens 5pm Walter Whip & the Flames – whip cracking show and FREE workshop 6 till 7pm Geobay Dog Training Exhibition - Track 8.30pm Monster Fireworks Display
SATURDAY 29th October
8.30am Ring Events – Hacking 9am Emery, Bower & Reading Pavilions open 9am Judging of stock & birds 9am till 3pm Stage on Centre Oval, various acts through the day 9am till 2pm SNAG Golf – FREE golf fun for kids – Centre Oval 9am till 2pm Sci-tech – FREE interactive fun - Centre Oval 9am till 2pm Bubble Soccer SW FREE – Centre Oval TBA Busselton Brass Band 10am to 2pm Incredible Creatures – Centre Oval 10am till 2pm Balloon Modelling FREE – Centre Oval 10am till 2pm Face Painting FREE – Centre Oval 10am till 2pm Reeltime Photo Booths FREE – Centre Oval All day Bouncy Castles – Centre Oval 2.30pm Grand Parade
Tickets to this event are $15.00 for adults, and $5.00 for juniors. Although public are allowed on Friday, the pavilion only opens at 3 pm.