We welcome entries to the pavilions from all districts. If you not from Comboyne and would have a problem getting entries to the pavilion by the entry cut-off time, please contact Marion Lawrence on 6550 4099 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange delivery.
Schedule and Entry Form download links
Saturday 11 March
Entry $5 for adults. Children Under 16 free.
Please accept our apologies that we can no longer get insurance for our goat races event. We offer these following new attractions and hope you will be equally entertained.
Young Farmers' Challenge
Teams of 4 people aged from 18 to 40 (Teams must include both male and females participants) complete all challenges in the safest manner and fastest time
Fencing - Wheelbarrow Race - WheatBix Eating - Hay Stacking - Portable Yard Assembly .
Cash prizes. Winners go on to compete at the State finals at the Royal Easter Show.
For More Information Contact Andrew Carroll 0434 626 082
Proudly Supported By: Footprints in AG - Next Generation
Heavy Horse and Harness Challenge
All-day event spectator event:
Led, Ridden, Working Horse, Harness, and Driver Divisions featuring magnificent Clydesdales
Farm House Challenge where the driver, off-sider and their trusty steed will be challenged in a timed and penalty based course, with six obstacles to complete, through a course replicating the daily life of a farmer in days before machines.
Organised by Bradley Adams phone 0428 425 826 (after hours).
Help us celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Comboyne Show with a wonderful display of photos, documents and memorabilia, displaying the history of the Comboyne plateau and surrounds. This display will be in the new Billabong building.
Nearby,there will also be some amazing historic machinery, including a working milking machine and ice-cream machine. The kids get to make (and eat for free) their own ice-cream!
On the oval there will be a display of local early cars and tractors.
We are still looking for items and photographs you have in your sheds and homes to add to the display. Contact Jenny Hurrell on 6550 4321 to contribute.
Art Exhibition - contact Fran and Steve
(Marion Lawrence - email@example.com until contact info updated)
Photography Exhibition - contact Pat Bruton - 6550 4167
Craft Exhibition - contact Ally Chumley - firstname.lastname@example.org
Preserves Exhibition - contact Joy Hurrell - 6550 4170 - email@example.com
Baking Exhibition- contact Beryl Hurrell - 6550 4190
Fruit and Vegetables - Contact Cam and Helen Penman - 6550 4399 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Flowers and Plants - Contact Kay White 6550 4242
Poultry - Contact Shane Debreceny phone 6550 4329 or 0437 044 449
Link to schedules and entry forms Comboyne Poultry Schedule Final 2017
Championship Dog Show
Contact - Donna Lance - 6550 4164 or email@example.com
Luncheon Pavilion - Cakes and biscuits, sandwiches and rolls, drinks- catered by the Comboyne A&H Association
Kiosk - Spring Rolls - catered by Comboyne Community Centre
Canteen - Barbecue food - catered by the Comboyne Tigers Rugby League Football Club
Coffee - Gypsy Falls
(more food stalls as they are arranged)
Market Stalls - High quality and good variety - (market vendors note - all spaces are now filled)
Comboyne Connection Raffle
Produce and services originating from the plateau - Peak Coffee product basket - accommodation - avocados - blueberries - BabaLila Chocolates - basket of fruit and vegetables - Comboyne Culture cheeses - goats milk soap - two free tickets to the Comboyne Garden Walk in October.
Tickets: $1 each or seven for $5.
Amusement Rides - Jumping castle and rides from Mark Foster Amusements
Animal Nursery - Kids and adults alike will enjoy interacting with the variety of farm animals in the enclosure located on the oval.
Free parking is available at the showground after entry. Enter at the pay booth then follow the signs to the right.
The Comboyne Grocery Shop is open from 7am - 7pm seven days a week. Petrol and ATM withdrawals are available from the shop.
Mobile phone coverage is not generally available in Comboyne, but you can get reception outside the school in Hill St (first on the right as you approach the village before going downhill)
You can get to Comboyne from three directions from the nearest towns in approximately 40 minutes. From Wingham and Kendall off the Pacific Highway through magnificent rainforests on gravel roads; or from Wauchope on the Oxley Highway on a sealed road through green rolling pasture land and dry sclerophyll hillside forest; until you reach the top of the plateau. When you reach Comboyne, drive to the bottom of the hill and turn left into Showground Road.
Something for all the family at this great country show. Well worth the drive!
Enquiries - contact Show Organizer Marion Lawrence on 6550 4099 - firstname.lastname@example.org