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What do I bring?
Please bring your own tables, chairs and marquee (if outside), as well as all of your display materials. Please ensure you bring your gate tickets as we have a no ticket, no entry policy.
Once you are set up at 9am on Friday of the show , it is expected that displays and trade sites stay erected until 4pm Saturday of the show.
Can I bring my vehicle on site?
It is preferred that vehicles are not on site (i.e. kept behind tents), but are moved to specified parking area. Permission will need to be granted from trade site co-ordinator if a vehicle is required on site.
All vehicles need to be removed by 9 am both Friday and Saturday of the show.
Is there security?
The site has overnight security with flood lighting on Friday night.
When can I / should I arrive?
Sites can set up from Wednesday before the show, if necessary. No security will be present over this period.
All stall holders must be set up by Friday at 9am to ensure all vehicles are off site.
Can I camp on site?
There are limited camping/sleeping facilities available for exhibitors on site during the week of the show. You can apply for camping on your Trade Site Application.
When are Trade Site applications due?
Applications close for Trades Sites, Entertainment and Food Stalls 4 weeks prior to the show. This allows time for invoices and tickets to be mailed out in time for the show. It also ensures the committee has sufficient time to allocate sites, prepare site maps etc
What if I don't get my application in on time?
Late applications may still be accepted. However, this is subject to site availability and is at your own risk.
If a late application is accepted, you can expect to pay gate entry on the first day. Your tickets for the second day will be supplied when you arrive.
How do I get tickets?
Tickets will be sent out via post once invoices have been paid and required paperwork has been received. You will receive two tickets per day per application, plus any additional tickets you order on your application. Any tickets required, that are not pre-ordered, will be at normal gate prices.
Who should I contact when I arrive on site?
When you arrive, please go to the Show Office. From here you will be given a site map and directed to your site. We will have a Trade Site Co-ordinator on duty from 7am to 7pm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of show week.
How do I know if my application has been accepted?
Your application will be reviewed and when it has been accepted you will receive notification via email. If your application is not accepted due to over subscription, you will be advised that you have been placed on a waiting list.
How big is the Campbell Town Show?
The Campbell Town Show is the longest consecutively running show in the British Commonwealth. The show is a traditional agricultural sheep show. Over the years, the show has displayed all facets of agriculture; from horse riding, dog trials, ute comps, cropping competitions to dairy. The attendance is commonly over 2000 people on the main show day, Saturday. Friday is a quieter day focussing on sheep judging, arts and craft judging and school children.
What if I need power?
There is limited amount of power available. It is expected that sites that require power bring their own generator. The generator must be quiet and small and not impede on other sites or activities of the show. If you are supplying your own power or require power to be supplied, please identify this on your application.
What happens if the weather is terrible?
The show must go on! However, safety of exhibitors and guests is our number one concern. Please ensure that your site is weather proof and no object can become a hazard if we experience windy conditions.
Please identify any hazards or concerns to the trade site co-ordinator or another member of the committee.
It is expected that all sites do their best in challenging conditions and remain on site until 4pm Saturday.