About The Show

Share an unforgettable day out with family and friends at the 2018 Osborne Park Agriculture Show, held Friday 16 November and Saturday 17 November at Robinson Reserve, Osborne Park.

Celebrating 104 of years of bringing the community together this year, the Osborne Park Agriculture Show is City of Stirling largest showcase of agriculture and is conducted annually by The Osborne Park Agricultural Society (OPAS).

Your ticket to the Osborne Park Show provides hours of all-inclusive entertainment, with demonstrations, stunts and shows from talented performers, amazing animals, interactive and fun activities and attractions.

Plus, enjoy the thrills and excitement of carnival rides for all ages, the always popular showbags and much more.

Horses and cattle were a large part of the early shows, with the latter no longer being shown when the agricultural side of Osborne Park ceased. The horses were last seen at the show in 2012. But look out for the pony rides in 2018! Ponies and animals of a different flavour now grace the show, we have dairy goats; rabbits and cats; chickens, ducks and even geese and turkeys. A virus has seen the cessation of pigeons but hopefully they will be back next year. We also have rare budgerigars, and other cage and aviary birds such as canaries, Australian and foreign finches, lovebirds and weiros.

Another big part of the show are the products of the home and school. We have a brilliant display of children's art works from Osborne Primary, Tuart Hill Primary, St Kieran's Catholic Primary schools. Then there are the adult and junior entries for a multitude of classes covering hobbies and crafts; cooking and cake decorating; flowers, floral displays and pot plants; jams, pickles and honey; fruit and vegetables; wine and home brew; art and photography. We also have school bands and choirs to entertain during the day.

The Osborne Park Show gates will open from 6pm to 10pm Friday 16 November and 11am to 10pm Saturday 17 November. The best way to travel to the Show is by public transport, with trains, and buses making for a quick and simple commute to Robinson Reserve.

Tickets are on sale now!