Roll up, roll up to Redcliffe Show

Published 5:00am 26 June 2023

Roll up, roll up to Redcliffe Show
Words by Kylie Knight

The countdown is on to the Redcliffe Show, which is on June 30, July 1 and 2.

The event will feature traditional agricultural competitions and displays such as ring events, wood chopping, cookery, and arts and crafts while also offering the thrills of sideshow alley, rides and a night entertainment program to delight visitors of all ages.

Showgoers can enjoy the Dino-Larious Ventriloquist Show, Eljay BMX stunt shows during the day and at night, Aussie FMX motocross stunt show, Trackskill V8 Ute show on Saturday night, fireworks and more.

Mini trotters will take to the main ring late Saturday afternoon and on Sunday morning.

Check out the pig races and the Redcliffe Dog Show on Friday, cattle and poultry on Saturday morning, show jumping on Friday and Saturday, woodchopping on Saturday and Sunday (all day) and a car show on Saturday.

Ring events will be staged on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and pavilions will be open all three days so visitors can wander through displays at their leisure.

Tickets and parking

Tickets are $14 adults, $7 concession and children (5-14 years) and free for infants (0-4 years).

On Friday, June 30, admission is half price and children (14 years and younger) can enter for free.

There will be limited parking on the showgrounds site, but parking will be available at Redcliffe State High School and Pearson Park, with money raised donated to the school’s music department.

There will be a disability drop-off zone at the front of the showgrounds for patrons.

Visit the website to buy tickets or grab them at the gate.

Roll up, roll up to Redcliffe Show

Daytime entertainment

Friday, June 30

8.30am (all day): Horse jumping and ring events

9am & 12.30pm: Dillo’s Dancing Dinosaur Show

9am: Championship dog show

9.30am & 2.30pm: Eljay stunt rider

10.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm & 3pm: Reptile show

10.30am & 2pm: Dino-Larious Ventriloquist Show

Noon: Pig racing

Saturday, July 1

8.30am (all day): Horse jumping and ring events

9am (all day): World champion woodchopping + cattle and poultry judging

9am, 12.30pm & 4pm: Dillo’s Dancing Dinosaur Show

9.30am & 2.30pm: Eljay stunt rider

10.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm & 3pm: Reptile show

10.30am & 2pm: Dino-Larious Ventriloquist Show

2pm: Grand stock parade

3pm: Car show judging

3.30pm: Car show parade

Sunday, July 2

8.30am (all day): Horse ring events

9am: World champion woodchopping + mini trotter races

11am: Dillo’s Dancing Dinosaur Show

9.30am & 2.30pm: Eljay stunt rider

10.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm & 3pm: Reptile show

9am & 1.30pm: Dino-Larious Ventriloquist Show

*** Check out Professor Wallace’s Puppet Show and the animal nursery across all three days of the show ***

Night entertainment

Friday, June 30

5pm: El-Jay BMX stunt rider (2 x 30-minute shows) + Aussie FMX Motocross (2 x 30-minute shows)

7pm: Official opening + more night entertainment

8.30pm: Fireworks

Saturday, July 1

5pm: El-Jay BMX stunt rider (2 x 30-minute shows) + Aussie FMX Motocross (2 x 30-minute shows) + Trackskill Utes

8.30pm: Fireworks

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