Berry Show Entry Information

Documents & Entry Information

SectionRegistration DetailsOnline SchedulePDF Schedule
Beef CattleDownload Entry Form
Enter online via Showday
More InfoBeef Cattle Schedule (PDF)
Dairy CattleDownload Entry Form
Enter online via Showday
More InfoDairy Cattle Schedule (PDF)
GoatsDownload Entry Form
Enter online via Showday
More InfoGoats Schedule (PDF)
HorsesEnter online via GlobalMore InfoHorses Schedule (PDF)
PavilionEnter online via ShowdayMore InfoPavilion Schedule (PDF)
Pet ShowMore InfoPet Show Schedule (PDF)
PoultryEnter online via ShowdayMore InfoPoultry Schedule (PDF)
WoodchopEmail no later than 12th January 2023.More InfoWoodchop Schedule (PDF)


SectionEntry / Registration InfoMore Information
Beaut UtesAll participants are to register at the Alexandria Street park near the railway station at 1.30pm for a show and shine. Assembly for judging is 3.30pm in the same area.More Info
Children's Pet Show, The Anthony Bennett MemorialEntries taken to 3.45pm (at the show)Pet Show Schedule (PDF)

More Info
Hay StackingEntries close: 7pm Saturday 4th Feb 2023 - enter at announcers box on the day.More Info
RodeoPlease note - a change from previous years - the Rodeo entries will only be taken via ABCRA - Enter on ABCRA
Entries will open Tuesday 17th January and close Monday 30th January
More Info
Young Farmer ChallengeTeams must register interest by 5pm Wednesday 1 February 2023 by email to Info

Waivers, Entry Forms and Health Declarations

Pavilion Entry & Waiver Form

General Waivers:

Waivers should be completed by anyone at the Berry Show who is:

* competing in horse events

* responsible for handling animals

* competing in physical activities such as rodeo, wood chop, young farmers' challenge, hay stacking, etc. 

Individual Waiver Form (Fillable PDF) | Bulk Waiver Form (Fillable PDF) | Waiver Instructions

Goats: National Goat Health Declaration Form (Fillable PDF)

Help Guides:

How to enter using Showday: For Pavilion Entries, Farm Animals and Cattle.
How to enter using Global: For Horses

It is a requirement in NSW for owners of livestock such as cattle, sheep, goats and pigs to have a Property Identification Code (PIC) when trading or moving these livestock.

A PIC is a unique eight-character number assigned by Local Land Services to properties with livestock. This property registration system allows for the tracing of livestock to assist with disease and chemical residue management.

To obtain a PIC you must complete an application form and lodge it with your Local Land Services office.

Application for a Property Identification Code

Berry Show Program

This year we are proud to have printed the Berry Show Program which has been distributed across the area. You can download a copy here.

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