Pine Rivers Show 2021
Pine Rivers Show 2021
One of the biggest exhibitions on the Northside, the Pine Rivers Show is a grand extravaganza that the whole family can enjoy. The show features a host of activities, rides, displays, concerts and competitions that everyone is sure to love.
When is it on?
Running from Friday 2nd August to Sunday 4th August, the Pine Rivers Show is an action-packedd festival that takes more than one day to be fully appreciated. It’s open from 9am to 9pm on the first two days and from 9am to 4pm on Sunday.
How do I get to the Pine Rivers Show?
The Pine Rivers Show is located at the Pine Rivers Showgrounds at Lawnton, in the Moreton Bay Region. There are plenty of ways to get there. For drivers, the showgrounds is only 20 minutes away from the Brisbane CBD. There is plenty of street parking surrounding the showgrounds. The showgrounds are also within walking distance of Lawnton Train Station. It’s the perfect option for families who don’t want the hassle of a long drive. There are also a couple of bus stops near the showgrounds which include the 674, 680 and 669.
How much does it cost?
The prices for the Pine Rivers Show vary, but there are affordable options for families. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for high school students and pensioners. For those with primary age children or younger, you’ll be happy to know that entry for them is free.
What is there to do at the show?
Like the EKKA, the Pine Rivers show offers up a weekend’s worth of fun and excitement.
Rides and Games
Like any good exhibition, the Pine Rivers Show has heaps of fun carnival rides and games. Some of the carnival rides include a ferris wheel, spinning tea cups, a base zero climbing wall and the exhilarating claw ride for eager daredevils. Along with an assortment of fun rides, the Pine Rivers show will have its own sideshow alley, featuring a multitude of carnival games, including the famous laughing clowns, everyone can have a go and hopefully win a prize!
To get from place to place, the Club Pine Rivers Train will be around to offer rides to the general public. This trackless mini train will be running from 9am until 5pm each day, so make sure you get a chance to ride it!
The Pine Rivers Show offers people of all ages to get up close and personal with animals great and small. Dreamtime Reptiles will provide a wide range of Australian reptiles for families to see and feel, including goannas and snakes. The Geckos Wildlife Presentation showcases several varieties of Australian animals, including crocodiles, frogs, possums, owls and quolls. For a farm experience, be sure to check out White Ridge Farm. Set up to be a family friendly petting zoo, White Ride Farm includes farm favourites such as goats, sheep, lambs, chickens and ducks as well as more exotic farm animals like llamas and alpacas.
There is a huge variety of shows on offer at the aptly named Pine Rivers Show.
Like others shows, it will feature some of the more traditional exhibition shows. This includes an all breeds dog show on Saturday, school band and choir competitions and a Saturday night rodeo. There will also be some delightful performances including planned shows and roving entertainers.
Another experience you can’t miss is the Grand Parade on Saturday at 1pm. Featuring bands, vintage cars, dancers and livestock, it’s a parade that is sure to be enjoyed by everyone.
The Pine Rivers Show will also showcase some pretty unique shows which are sure to delight the family. These includes a ute muster, motorcycle shown and family friendly entertainment! There’ll also be a puppet show!
Of course, no exhibition is complete without a spectacular fireworks display. Held on Friday and Saturday night, colourful fireworks will light up the night to the awe and wonder of the show crowds. Be sure to stay until night so you don’t miss it!
Like with the EKKA, the Pine Rivers Show has plenty of exhibitions for the general public to peruse. Along with the common exhibitions, such as livestock and fruits and vegetables, there is also photography, needlework and a variety of food and arts and crafts. It’s always a blast checking out some of the amazing work that has been done by members of the local community, so be sure to give it a peek.
For the kids, there are exhibitions which have been created by other children. These include painted eggs, funny looking chickens and works of art and photography.
Interested in being part of these competitions? Read below to find out how you or your kids could participate.
Can we enter any of the exhibitions?
The Pine Rivers Show offers the chance for the public to enter in a huge variety of competitions with the chance of winning prizes. From flower arranging to fruit and vegetable displays to arts and crafts showcases and photography. Each competition has a different cut off time and a different price for entry, so for more information check out the main website.
The Pine Rivers Show also offers children the chance to participate in these exhibitions. The schedule for the children’s exhibitions includes arts and crafts, cooking, funny shaped vegetables, floral plates, photography and prettiest or ugliest chooks. Like their adult counterparts, entry conditions vary for each competition so be sure to check the main website for more details.
The Pine Rivers Show is one of the most spectacular shows on the south side of Brisbane. Be sure not to miss it this year!