The 2016 Show will be on 11th - 12th November
About the Scottsdale Show
The annual agricutural show at Scottsdale North East Tasmania is the showcase for the region's agricultural diversity and wealth. This small northeastern town is situated between the ferry terminal of Devonport and the holiday east coast and within an hour of Launceston.
Judging in the Homecrafts Pavilion commences Thursday with all other judging taking place on Friday and Saturday.
Down Under Freestyle Family presents FMX team featuring young riders Ben Madden and Jayden Bailey. Performing both Friday and Saturday with a chance to have a chat. A show for all the family to enjoy.
Horse events cater for entries from all ages and categories and are conducted on both days. Classes 320 – 332: Age restriction has been removed. Open to all age groups
A shearing competition is held on Saturday.
The show commences on Friday morning with gates opening at 7:00am both days and on Friday evening entertainment in the form of a band continues to 10:00pm.
2016 Show Features
Wayfarers of Midgard – performing both Friday and Saturday – Medieval combat fighting and activities to take part in- free of charge to patrons
Ben’s Caricature Drawings - available both days free of charge to patrons
Face Painting - available both days- free of charge to patrons
Yard Dog Trials & Chopping – Saturday only
Tas Laser Skirmish – open both days -free of charge to patrons
Alex the Magician – performing both Friday and Saturday.
Most years see some novelty events and displays along with regular country flavoured fashion parades, home crafts and trade exhibits.
Livestock shown is mainly cattle, a feature breed this year will be Ayrshire and fat lambs are also to be seen.
The animal nursery is proudly sponsored by Greenham Tasmania and features an interactive display where you can get in and up close to many of your farmyard favourites.
Cattle handling has proven popular with our youth of all ages with many schools entering from all over the state, camping overnight to care for and prepare their stock for Saturday competition and honours, concluding with the grand parade of stock and champions.
This show is held against a rural backdrop of patchwork fields
and mountain ranges, for your enjoyment.