Tips to Help You Prepare for the Redcliffe Show

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The Redcliffe Show will bring another year of fun and excitement from the 30th of June to the 2nd of July at the Redcliffe Showgrounds. The 66th-year celebration will feature different programs and big fireworks display.

 

Redcliffe Show’s Highlights

Car enthusiasts will enjoy the top attractions of this year’s show. Redcliffe will rev up their show with Trackskill. Over the last 10 years, Trackskill V8 Utes have been regular performers at the Ekka Festival, Adelaide Royal Show, Darwin, Canberra, and Sunshine Coast. Their show will include Holden v Ford V8 Ute Challenge and other exciting exhibitions.

There will be a variety of games and rides for the kids to enjoy, along with delicious showbags and delicious food in the venue in keeping with that carnival festival vibe.

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Animal lovers will love seeing all sorts of creatures, great and small, as part of the show. There will be an animal nursery for small furry barn animals, dog show, cold-blooded creatures at Luke’s Reptile Kingdom, and camel rides.

The show will not be complete without the big fireworksdisplay. Monster Fireworks will be the biggest and the brightest display at night. It will be held on both Friday and Saturday nights before the gates close.

View the full programme here.

 

Reminders Before the Event

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This year’s fun-packed event could be crowded, so here are some tips before going to the Redcliffe Show.

1. Entry

The official opening of the Redcliffe Show is at 7 p.m. on Friday, but gates will be open at 8 a.m. for Horse Judging, Poultry Display, Championship Dog Show, Pig Racing, and music.

Gates will open every day at 8 a.m and will close at 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and at 4 p.m. on Sunday.

2. Fees

Tickets can be purchased at the gate on the exact day, which cost $12 for adults and $5 for pensioners and children, 5-14 years of age. Children below 5 years old are free.

On Friday, all children will be admitted free as a promo for the opening event.

3. Parking

There will be free parking spaces on site, but these will be quite limited. The Western Oval of Redcliffe State High School will also offer parking spaces for $5 per day. Arrive early to avoid hassles in parking.

4. Dress code

Wear comfy clothes. Tank tops and shorts are allowed. Thongs are also accepted, but shoes are better. Bring extra set of clothes for the kids (for you, too) for this day-long event.

5. Kid-Friendly and Pet-Friendly

This is a fun-packed event for the whole family to enjoy. You can bring your furry babies, too. They are welcome at the event. Be sure to bring their necessities and everything that will make them comfy all through the day.

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“Have fun” — that will be the first rule of the Redcliffe Show. Check out their website for more details.