The Berry Show is an annual agricultural show. The Berry Show Committee has decided to not conduct the 2021 Berry Show due to the ongoing threat of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Please read the full statement here.
The Show has been promoting excellence in the local community for over 132 years. We have a cattle show with both dairy and beef breeds, as well as a large horse show over the two days, including hack, sporting and showjumping classes.
There is also a pavilion where you can enter and admire local arts, crafts, paintings, photography, flowers, preserves and cooking.
There is nothing quite like the BERRY SHOW!
The Berry Show is organised and run by two committees of over 75 volunteers as well hundreds of volunteers that join in at Show time!
Committee office bearers are:
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Agricultural shows in the Berry district date back to 1887, when an unofficial agricultural exhibition was held at nearby Broughton Creek. The Show was first staged on the current site the following year, and by the turn of the century the custom was firmly entrenched.
With the exception of four war years, the Berry Show has been held ever since, and remains a showcase for all sorts of produce, ranging from sugar melons to sunflowers, poultry to pasture. And of course, there’s the cattle and goat judging, a huge program of horse events, and the hard-fought contests for the finest cakes and jams, flowers and arts and crafts.
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