Now is the time to start drafting out any potential champions for this year’s commercial cattle section at the Taroom Show, to be held on May 2 and 3. Commercial cattle committee member..
The talent of the working sheep dog will be on display as competitors vie for a stake in over $2200 in cash and prizes at the Dirranbandi Yard Dog Trials. It’s a 25 per cent lift o..
Rural Queensland’s favourite “ratbag” siblings are returning to the Dirranbandi Show. It’s the third time the Crack Up Sisters will wow Dirranbandi Show patrons ..
When Frank Deshon (pictured) came on as Dirranbandi Show president he had an ambitious plan to transform the event which this year will be held on Saturday, April 2, 2016. Host an open-air d..
As the back-to-school preparations get well and truly underway, one Queensland woman is promoting that the responsibility of agricultural education doesn’t just fall on teachers. Ali Br..
It’s one of the biggest managerial challenges facing the Australian agricultural show movement: how to maintain traditions while embracing innovation. For the chief executive officer of..
Taroom, Maleny, Goondiwindi and the Sunshine Coast Show Societies are revelling in their achievements in the inaugural Queensland Shows Awards. The awards serve to recognise excellence in the..
Queensland Opposition leader Lawrence Springborg might not seem the most likely of champion show cooks in state parliament. Nor might you know he once smashed a Queensland pumpkin growing rec..
The 2016 Think Tank, hosted by the Showmen’s Guild of Australasia, is fast approaching on January 14. A number of active people within the Queensland and New South Wales show movement, inclu..
QCAS and QCAS Next Generation are proud to present the 2016 Queensland Shows conference, to be held on 15-17 January, 2016 at the University of Queensland’s Gatton campus. Some of ..