Some of the fun and attractions
at the 134th Yankalilla Show
Entertainment throughout the day on the Shearing Shed stage included the official opening, shearing demonstrations, and a variety of live music.
The official opening was on the Shearing Shed stage at 12 noon by Julianne Wandel, President of the Southern Country Shows Association. Julianne is a wonderful advocate of all Country Shows.
Show rides and Sideshow attractions, camel & pony rides, hands on animal nursery, market stalls, main hall showcasing the competitive exhibits, Aldinga & Sellicks Spinners & Knitters Shorn to Worn demonstration, where you could see fleece turned into wearable items, art pavilion, photography, show bags, show bar and plenty of food and lots more.....
Special Attractions for the 2016 show included
SciWorld Spectacular – Explore the world of science, make your own slime, be
fascinated watching some short SciWorld Spectacular Science shows and have fun as a rocket scientist.
Clancy the Jelly Bean Train. All aboard the fun ride for kids and adults of all ages.
Don’s Demo Dogs, dogs on skateboards, playing basketball & quoits see the obedience work of these highly trained dogs.
Living with Wild Life - Snake Pit - A variety of venomous snakes on display. Questions were answered about how to live with snakes in our environment by Living with Wildlife experts.
Yalkin Spanish Horses - The Andalusion horse, introduced into Australia in 1971, has been bred for centuries in Spain as a quality and stylish riding horse.
Farmer Joe - was roaming the showgrounds creating and twisting some colourfully twisted balloon creations for the kids
South Australian Working Draught Horse Association Inc. Members and their horses exhibited long reining and log snegging events
Gates opened at 9am for the public cost is $10 adult, $5 children between 5 and 15, children under 5 free. Aged concession only.
Your Help Required
If you would like to help with the 2016 show, then please contact us. All skills required and needed to run another successful show. Planning has already started for 2016, so it is never too early.
Rural Ambassador Award
Are you young and enthusiastic about rural life?
Do you enjoy travelling and meeting new people?
Are you involved in your local community?
The Rural Ambassador award aims to highlight the importance of youth in rural South Australia and in particular the agricultural show movement. The award provides a great opportunity to give young people a forum to express their views through education and experience and develop closer links with the primary industries in South Australia.
go to http://www.sacountryshows.com/pages/rural-ambassador.php for more details