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4 days ago
Call out for collection of past show entries, as we are having a clean out before this years show.
Please come in and collect your entries if you are listed, tag if you know them or their parents.
The office is open Wednesdays.
Sharon Peters - Narrabri
Judy and Hailee Orman
David and Ashlee Roach
Dianne van Os
Winanga-Li's Supported Playgroup
Gunnedah South Public - Kyren Roberts, Tyren Colbran, Bradley Bartimore and Coen Fletcher
Carrol Public - Taleigha Elphick
Boggabri Public - Harvey Grosser, Kyle Rowland, Zac Herd, Violet Hoskinson and Hayden Purris. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Gunnedah Show Society has been nominated for a Community Organisation Award for the 2020 Australia Day Awards 🇦🇺
GSS Dressage Convenor Dixie E C Walker has also been nominated for Citizen of the Year 2020.🐴
The dinner will be held at the Town Hall, commencing at 6.30pm and consists of a 3 course meal on the 25th of January 2020.
You are invited to join us to celebrate the nomination
There are tables booked for the Gunnedah Show Society and Namoi Horse Association – The tickets are $30 each
Should you wish to purchase tickets to the dinner to support these nominations you can purchase them at either the Council building on Elgin St or the Visitors Information Centre.
Here is the link to purchase online as well -
sa2.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?presenter=AUGSC&event=2020AUSD ... See MoreSee Less
Best Ag Show in the district, massive congratulations
Very deserving nominees 👏👏
Gunnedah Show Society shared a post.
2 weeks ago
Hi All, Gunnedah Show Society members Arna and Sophie Clift are taking a truck down to the south coast fire victims next week. Together they have been in contact with people at Bateman's Bay and are liaising with members of the local Rugby Club. They have been busy collecting items from across the North West as shown last night on Prime7.
If you would like to help them out with items - please contact Caroline on 0427 427407 to arrange a drop off time at Gunnedah Showground at the grandstand. Items of particular need are: Large bottles of water, blow up mattresses that work, linen, toiletries, pencils, children"s books and puzzles for the kids.
Horse Gear: fly Veils, fly spray, bandages, burn creams, hay nets, water buckets and dog biscuits. Already some local businesses have come on board with donations.
The Clifts are going to Narrabri, Boggabri, Gunnedah and Tamworth.They have been offered other trucks as well.
Arna, Rob and Sophie and hard working members of our Show Society with Arna our Horse Convener. We are so thankful to Arna for her initiative in making this happen. Well done. ... See MoreSee Less
Well done Arna and Sophie - Fantastic effort... XO
1 month ago
We can now process your membership payment by card - office hours Wed 9:00 - 3:00 * so much easier!
Don't forget: any Family ticket purchased before 31 March goes in the draw for $100 in rides tickets. ... See MoreSee Less
Are you able to purchase car stands now with family tickets?
With the 2020 Gunnedah Show less than 5 months away the committee are busy planning events, entertainment, updating schedules and working with sponsors. The Show will be held from Friday 17th April - Sunday 19th April 2020. If you or your organisation would like to be involved now is a great time to contact the Show Society. We are always keen to hear from people with new ideas or organisations / clubs that would like to be involved. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, contact the office on 67421867 or send us a message on Facebook. ... See MoreSee Less
Gunnedah Show Society recently applied to the The Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation (RASF) which had partnered with Good360 to offer Christmas toys to rural and regional Show Societies at no cost. We were thrilled to receive a pallet of toys which will be distributed through the north west. Helping us is Rural Financial Counselor from Gunnedah Andrew Formann. Today with the help of Jennifer Keam, Kim Shields and President Rob Witts we loaded up Andrews car with toys and goodies headed out to local families before Christmas. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi there any keen gardeners in Gunnedah. There is a large pile of hay, sawdust and horse manure at the show ground from recent horse events. We are happy to see it removed and used as great garden mulch. It is near the new stable block at the south western side of the show ground. Happy for anyone to collect. ... See MoreSee Less
Great work - thanks everyone for your enthusiasm in coming to collect the hay/mulch - all gone - much clearer and we can access the new stables now.
Bev Mammen ... any garden projects you have that require some mulchy goodness? 😃
Darren Humpty Megson Tammy Megson
Christiaan van Os