Creating unforgettable memories


THE dust has settled, rides have been dissembled and the smell of deep-fried food has left the air. Yep, the Shepparton Show convoy has rolled out of town following a successful two-days entertaining the region.

Attendees were blessed with fantastic weather over the weekend, enjoying the animal nursery, performing horses and sheep shearing, as well as the mixture of rides, games, show bags, treats and much more.

Secretary, Julie Winch said the 143rd Annual Shepparton Show was a great success, with around 4,000 in attendance on Friday and somewhere between 12,000 – 14,000 attendees on Saturday.

“We are very happy with how the animal nursery turned out and we’ve had some great responses from the performing horses.”

With the clean-up still underway, Julie said the committee is already thinking about the 2020 Shepparton Show. At the moment, they are seeking constructive feedback from the community regarding this year’s show and ideas for 2020 to be submitted via email to [email protected]