The Heritage section will display old engines and farm equipment used in the production of food.

We have a new large display under construction of local cool room equipment used in the storage of apples and pears.

Feel the warmth of our Blacksmith shop while watching the various metalworking skills.

There will be demonstrations of Hay baling and sheep shearing.

Interactive displays of various equipment

A magnificent display of working LEGO will be of interest to all ages.


A visit to the Art Pavilion is a must to see the artistic talents of local and surrounding artists.


The Photography Pavilion always has a wonderful and varied display of photographs.

Coming from far and wide the photography competition has a lot of high quality exhibits and is well worth a visit.

The local Whittlesea Photography Group runs this Pavilion and also has a display of their own just across the walkway.  Be sure to pay them both a visit.


Come along and enjoy the up close and personal contact with animals.

  • Pat a goat, calf or pony
  • Watch a cow being milked
  • Feed a duckling or chicken
  • Get your questions answered about your favourite animals
  • Plenty of photo opportunities


The Boer Goat show will be starting from 9am on Saturday 3rd November 2018.

Boer Goat Australia (BGA) is excited to team up with the Whittlesea Agricultural Society in organising BGA’s inaugural boer goat show to be held on Saturday 3rd November, as a part of the 2018 Whittlesea Show. Boer goat breeder Joe D’Andrea of Bailieston Boers, Nagambie, Victoria says this will be the first show in Victoria dedicated to exhibiting animals from all aspects of the boer goat industry, with all varieties of boer goats on display, not just stud animals. The 2018 Whittlesea Show will exhibit classes for red, black, painted (patches of different colours) and standard boers (white with a red head), as well as classes for commercial non-registered goats judged on their meat potential and a junior class for young farmers.

Come in, see some amazing animals and source information from experienced breeders about boer goat meat and breeding.

Berwyn Squire at Agriculture Victoria will also be there to answer any questions about goat health, welfare and NLIS tagging.

There will also be an opportunity to get hands on with some goats at the “Kids Corner” (pun intended).

Pavilion open 9am till 4:30pm


One of Victoria’s biggest Craft, Cookery and Horticulture Pavilions.  Be sure to visit the Homecrafts Pavilion to see many marvellous creations and demonstrations.

  • Meet the Makers
  • Eltham Wood Turners – wood turning demonstrations
  • Fly Fishing Demonstrations – How to Make a Lure

10:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm & 4:00pm

  • Lolly Pop Making throughout the day
  • Felting Demonstrations
  • China Painting Demonstrations


The Cattle Pavilion and yards give you an up close and personal looks at the different types of Cattle.

Saturday will see judging for the Dairy Cattle and Commercial Cattle

Sunday sees judging for our Beef Cattle and Hoof & Hook Competition.

Get along to the Pavilion and feel free to ask the Exhibitors any questions you may have about their Cattle.


The Whittlesea Show Poultry Show is one of the most prestigious and well competed in Competitions.

With over 150 classes open for Competition we include Chickens, Roosters, Ducks and a Pet Chicken & Duck Section.

Judging takes place on Saturday 4th November 2017 from 9am.

Sunday 5th November 2017 – display only.


Come and watch Tom the shearer in action as he skilfully takes the fleece off the sheep’s back and talks about life and a career as a shearer in country Victoria.  Starting at 2:30pm Sunday.

Stud sheep, black & coloured sheep, prime lambs – judging commences at 9:00am until  approximately 1:00pm.

Watch the Sheep being judged, feel the fibre and admire the exhibits.

Sunday only.


The Whittlesea Show Horse Competitions celebrates the best horses and riders, receiving over 2,000 entries from hundreds of exhibitors, competing across 388 classes this year in 2017.

Be sure to make your way to one of our many rings and watch your favourite breed or discipline in action!


Come along to the Farm & Garden Pavilion and pick up some seeds to grow at home.


With nearly 5000 exhibits from 30 schools, the Education Pavilion is jam packed with artworks from local and surrounding schools.

You are bound to find something in here by someone you know.