There is a lot happening at the Small Farm Field Day including two full days of presentations. Click here to view the Programme.

Other activities will include:

Aussie whipThe Boggy Creek Show. Great show with horse skills and whip cracking. It is not to be missed. Three shows daily starting at 10am.

Being a fourth generation mountain cattleman, Tim O’Brien showcases, in his own unique style, authentic farming life both past and present.

The award winning live performance is choreographed to music and professionally presented.

You’ll be amazed at the skill and antics of the highly trained animals that feature in the show. Entertainment is guaranteed for all ages.



Reptile Awareness Displays of Australia is an informative and educational show which covers such topics as behaviors & characteristics of snakes , techniques & tips to avoid those bites and most importantly the latest first aid treatment. Allan Burnett the owner of this business knows only too well the importance of these topics coming from 20 year career as an Intensive care paramedic in NSW. It has been Allan’s objective to continue help saving lives through education rather than on the front line, a prevention rather than cure attitude! Shows will start at 11am and will be approximately every hour. 


Kelpie Brochure

We are very excited to announce that the Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Show will be at the Field day on Sunday 3rd February. This is a must see event – a fascinating insight into these highly intelligent canines that are considered to be the backbone of rural Australia and are one of the most important aspects of farming today and of yesteryear. And, it is free after entry into the event. To find out more, download their brochure – click here. They will be performing throughout Sunday with two shows both morning and afternoon. Times will be approximately 10.30 am, 12.00 midday and 1.30 pm.

The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia will showcase their Mobile Air Rifle Range. You can learn how to use a rifle and find out about the safe practices and procedures.

Kids 12 – 18 years can participate with adult supervision.