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Mackenzie Highland A & P Show

When:

Mon 5 Apr 2021, 8:00am–5:00pm

Where: Mackenzie A&P Showgrounds, Gillingham Street, Fairlie, Mackenzie

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $15.00
  • Kids (Under 15): $5.00
  • Kids (Under 15): $5.00
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Listed by: Jodi Payne

The Mackenzie A&P Highland Show is the largest one day Show in New Zealand with 12-15,000 through the gates. A fun family day out with something for everyone!

This year, the Show is featuring Craig Smith—”Wonkey Donkey” (sponsored by Fairlie Early Learners). There will plenty to see at the Show. The Timetable and Programme will be available online from our website a fortnight before the Show. Some events that might interest you are: the Barwoods Entertainment stage, the Mackenzie Shears, Wood Chopping, Highland Games (demo), Pedalmania, Shepherd’s Hack Competition, Exhibition Dog Trial, Country Kidz Agri-sports, Animal Tent, Vintage Machinery, Mackenzie Highland Pipe Band, Archery, Fairlie Four Square lolly scramble, Grand Parade, carnival rides, shopping (There are over 160 businesses on site so there is shopping for everyone men, women and children!), food (over 20 stalls), exhibits in: home and farm produce, wine and homebrew, cooking, flowers, patchwork, needlework, art, crafts (card making, scrapbooking, jewellery, sculpture, carving, pottery), photography, dog trials, highland dancing, piping and solo drumming, alpacas, wearable arts, upcycled arts, equestrian (from miniatures to draught), sheep, wool, cattle, goats or poultry (chickens, ducks and pigeons) and much, much more.

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