Everything You Need to Know About the Redcliffe Show
Every year, the little seaside town of Redcliffe holds a massive exhibition show. The Redcliffe Show is a delightful festival which celebrates creative minds and country spirit with an awesome seashore twist.
When is the Redcliffe Show on?
This year, the Redcliffe Show dates are 25 – 27 June 2021. Since it is planned over a weekend, it’s perfect for families who have a day or two off and are looking for something fun to do. The gates open at 8.00am on all three days and the show goes until late on Friday and Saturday, so you can have a great time all through the night. The Redcliffe Show will close on the Sunday at 4pm.
How do I get to the Redcliffe Show?
The Redcliffe Show always takes place at the Redcliffe Showgrounds. Found along Scarborough Road, the Redcliffe Showgrounds is easy to find and there is plenty of parking space around it. From Brisbane, it’s as simple as getting onto Sandgate Road and taking it all the way to the Hornibrook Bridge. Follow the road around and you’ll get onto Scarborough Road.
It is also close by to several bus stops which leave from the end of Scarborough all the way to Sandgate train station.
How expensive is it?
Families will be happy to know that tickets for the Redcliffe Show are a lot cheaper than one might expect for an exhibition. Adults tickets are $12 and tickets for pensioners and children from 5 to 14 are only $5 dollars. Family tickets are also available. The Friday is a ‘half price day’ with children for FREE as long as you have a coupon from The Redcliffe and Bayside Herald.
What is there to do at the Show?
The Redcliffe Show has plenty of amazing spectacles on offer for families with kids of all ages.
Rides and Games
There will be a huge variety of fun and exhilarating rides to go on at the Redcliffe Show. Like all good exhibitions, it will also feature an assortment of delicious show bags and carnival food to sink your teeth into.
Animal fans rejoice! The Redcliffe Show offers plenty of opportunities to hang out and play with all creatures great and small. For those who love small furry barn animals, there will be an animal nursery. Best of all, it’s free for everyone!
There is some awesome shows that you have to check out at the Redcliffe Show. Friday night and Saturday night will feature amazing fireworks shows. There is also a fantastic ring program that occurs for the entire weekend. This ring program will feature a huge range of cars, V8 utes and motocross riders. With all of this fast and furious action, it’s an experience that is not to be missed.
One of the Redcliffe Show’s most famous competitions is it’s world championship wood chopping show. The wood chopping show brings burly woodchoppers from all over Queensland to compete to see who can hack down a huge log the fastest. It’s a thrilling competition for all who watch it.
During the day, kids will love all of the fun and crazy shows on offer just for them. Magic shows and roving entertainers are sure to put a smile on everyone’s dial!
The Redcliffe Show features a wide range of exhibitions for the general public to peruse. These include cattle, arts and crafts, woodcrafts, horticulture, a dog show and honey displays. There is also a section dedicated to school work from talented local students. With so much talent on display, it’s worth a good look.
Can we enter any of the exhibitions?
The exhibitions are open to all, including children. Some of the most popular children’s exhibitions include the pet parade, art and needlework such as crocheting and sewing.