Show Program

Now in its 128th year, the Dungog Show is one of Australia’s oldest country shows.

Whether you come for the agriculture, the pavilion and cattle display or the thrill of the post splitting competitions, there’s something for everyone.

Our show aims to run on time, but as there are people and animals involved, we may not be able to be on time all of the time.

Our show programs are a guide only and may differ for certain reasons. We will aim to keep you informed if this is the case throughout show days.

For further information or to enter please call Erika (Ph. 0429 185 794), Simone (Ph 0434 673 202) or Lorraine (Ph. 0407 208 659).

Grand Parade

The Grand Parade will commence at 2.00pm

All competitors and exhibitors are invited to participate in the Grand Parade.

To encourage participation, a ticket for a lucky prize will be issued to each exhibitor as they enter the ring for the parade.

Pet Parade

Calling fashionable pets of all shapes and sizes.

The Best Dressed Pet Parade is held on the lawn in front of the animal nursery at 10am on the Saturday of the Show. Free entry with Ribbons and Prizes to be awarded.

For further information and entries, please contact Jeanie on 0431 204 798.

Presidents message

The Dungog A&H Association is excited to welcome you back for another amazing Dungog Show for 2023.
We are a proud committee who strive to involve our whole town and offer our community a fun filled weekend whilst showcasing our local strengths and talents across all areas of Agriculture. We aim to maintain our long-held traditions while also incorporating new ideas to move forward.
I am honoured to be taking on this role for the first time this year.
I hope you all have an amazing time at the Dungog Show in 2023.

Jeanie Briggs-Seers

Ring Masters Message

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all competitors, sponsors and workers for their efforts in making the Dungog Show successful.

Ongoing support and sponsorship are vital to the survival of the show. Your local show is run by local volunteers, if you can help as a ring steward or in any other way we would love to hear from you.

To find out more information please call:
Peter Dillon