The 55th annual Elmore Field Days will be staged this year from Tuesday 2nd to Thursday 4th October at the Elmore Events Centre, Midlands Highway, Elmore. Public access is from 8.30 AM to 5 PM on all three days.
It doesn't matter whether you're after the very latest in agricultural machinery .....
..... or simply looking to replace a favourite gardening tool, your bound to find it at the Elmore Field Days.
Elmore is one of the country's pre-eminent agricultural events showcasing anything and everything to do with farming. But it's more than that, it's a great day out for the whole family with displays and exhibitions featuring food preparation & cooking, music, art, DIY workshops and fun & games for the kids.
One of the real highlights of the 2018 event will be the return of the Heritage Draught Horse Club stepping back in time and demonstrating farming techniques from the past using their magnificent heavy horses.
There'll be arty fashions on the field, a reptile awareness display, jumping castles, story time & camel rides for the kids, live music, sheep shearing, a vintage tractor parade and a recreation & leisure area.
In other words, everything you need for a great day out in the country.
You don't need to be a farmer to enjoy and get something out of the Elmore Field Days with events for the whole family making this a great day out in the Country.
Whether you're after the latest & greatest in farm technology, looking to replace your lawn mower or simply on the lookout for something a little different the Elmore Field Days have it all.
Admission costs Adults $20, Children 12 years and over $10 and under 12 free.
Getting There …..
Elmore is at the junction of the Midland and Northern Highways in Central Victoria, about a 2-hour north of Melbourne.
There is a 1000 metre long grass airstrip immediately adjacent to the Elmore Events Centre which will be open for the event. Access from the airstrip is via Gate 7. For full details and landing permission contact Wayne Cowan on 0427 326 444.
Get along to the Elmore Field Days from Tuesday 2nd to Thursday 4th October and let me show you what farming was all about in the good old days.