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Mudgeeraba Show is a Fantastic Day Out For Gold Coast Families!

The Mudgeeraba Show offers Gold Coast families a fabulous day out experiencing a wide variety of tastes, sights, sounds and delights! Here’s an overview of what to expect at the Mudgeeraba Show 2023 – make sure you check out our calendar listings for more Gold Coast events!

Mudgeeraba Show!

The Mudgeeraba Show provides a festival of fun for families. This 93rd annual show will be held from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 25 June 2023 at the beautiful Mudgeeraba Showgrounds. They’re located at 1 Mudgeeraba Road, Worongary. 

The 2023 Mudgeeraba Show programme will includes: 

  • Be marvelled as Helly Hoops entertains with hula hoops, bubbles, roving performances and interactive circus playspaces
  • Find out who wins when “Horse Vs Bike” (Saturday afternoon only)
  • Cheer along at Noah’s Farm Thoroughbred Racing Pigs
  • Watch in awe as the axemen and women compete for the John Franklin Memorial Trophy
  • Enjoy the amazing live sheepdog displays
  • Have fun at the hilarious Dipsy and Tipsy Comedy Rollover Car Act 
    and more!

Every year the Mudgeeraba Show promises:

  • Community Entertainment (dancing, singing and more!)
  • Engaging, fun activities designed to put a smile on everyone’s face – regardless of age!
  • Ring events that will thrill and excite the crowd! (Including the famous wood chopping competition)
  • Poultry, cattle and animal attractions
  • Arts and crafts displays and competitions
  • A wide variety of show bags
  • Delicious food and drink
  • Fun rides for the whole family
  • Lots of different stalls to browse
  • Car displays, farm equipment displays and much more!
  • FIREWORKS to finish the evening!

Mudgeeraba Show visitor tips!

Attending the Mudgeeraba Show

Every year the Mudgeeraba Show proves to be a real drawcard, bringing thousands to the area. This means that parking can be a little problematic. There is some street parking beside Mosaic Church for $10 per vehicle, but we find it easier to park and ride for a gold coin from Firth Park, Robina Train Station, and Gold Coast Hinterland & Heritage Museum.

Making the most of community events

It’s events like the Mudgeeraba Show that remind us how lucky we are to be living in such a beautiful part of the world where the community focuses on really giving back. Getting out there, getting amongst it and experiencing all that’s on offer is a great way to participate and grow that Gold Coast community spirit.

Tips?

Are you a regular Mudgeeraba Show attendee? Got any hints or tips for a great day out? Let us know in the comments!

Looking for another show on the Gold Coast – check out the Gold Coast show.

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

2 thoughts on “Mudgeeraba Show is a Fantastic Day Out For Gold Coast Families!”

  1. This years show opens 5.30pm FRIDAY 28th , your story is so brilliant stating how lucky we are. The Mudgeeraba Show grounds are a piece of rural perfection in our tourism mecca and what a way to spend a weekend! Enjoy brand new Rotary 4CRB Wine Dine Dance gardens with hot lamb shanks, roast and irish scones all weekend. See Casey Barnes Friday night judging our new event AGFACTOR under our new venue TOTA Tent of the Arts.
    Saturday see the Rompin Stompin kids stage, 10.15am Sunshine kids show, Chad Morgan and Legends show back under TOTA and new early main ring night show.
    Remote control firework cars, dog sledding, mini trotting, whip cracking and so much more. Sunday Ute show and loads of family entertainment.
    Cant wait to have an entire weekend at our rural show!!

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  2. hi, I just would like to know if there is public transport like buses from robina or varsity lake train stations to the show grounds
    this is my first year of going to this event

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