COVID-19 STATEMENT

The Committee of the Walcha Show Society advise all participants that the 2022 Show is being conducted under COVID-19 restrictions for the protection of all involved. Anyone entering any Show event and onto any part of the show ground during the conducting of the Show agrees that they are to comply with all requests from any member of the committee, and/or their representatives, consistent with the COVID-19 restrictions so imposed.

The Committee shall use their best endeavours to conduct the Show but in the event that because of COVID-19 the Show is cancelled at any time then all participants agree that on such cancellation they shall have no claim against the committee for any alleged loss of any kind whatsoever arising to them and caused by such cancellation.


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Please do not attend the Showground if you are unwell.

Farm Produce

Entries close and must be in the stewards hands at the pavilion at 10.30am on Thursday March 10 - Judging at 11am

Chief steward Andrew Robertson Phone 6777 6445

To be grown in New England by exhibitor

FIRST $2 SECOND $1 Entry fee 50c (non-member) Three entries or no second prize
Farm Produce
1
Jar Honey
2
Collection potatoes, six each variety
3
Two kg red potato A.V
4
Two kg potatoes sebago
5
Two kg any other white variety
6
12 hen eggs, white
7
12 hen eggs, brown
8
12 hen eggs mixed colour or any other colour
9
Collection table pumpkins, one each variety, named
10
Collection squash and marrows, one each variety, named
11
Three stock turnips
12
Two vegetable marrows
13
Two table pumpkins, Queensland blue
14
Two butternut pumpkins
15
Two table pumpkins, AOV, named
16
One hubbard squash
17
One banana squash
18
Heaviest pumpkin
19
One gramma
20
Two warted squash, round
21
Two warted squash, long
22
Two bush or golden nuckett pumpkin
23
One single vegetable or farm produce

Vegetables

Chief steward Andrew RobertsonPhone 6777 6445

Entries close at the pavilion 10.30am, Thursday March 10 - Judging 11am

FIRST $2, SECOND $1 Entry 50c (non-members) Three entries or no second prize
Vegetables
1
Collection vegetables, at least twelve varieties. $2 and $1
2
Collection herbs, green and/or flowering
3
Two cabbage
4
Two eggplant
5
Six radish
6
Three carrots, short or long
7
Three parsnips
8
Three table turnips
9
Six onions, brown or red
10
Six onions, white
11
Six tomatoes
12
Six cherry tomatoes
13
Three apple cucumbers
14
Three cucumbers, long
15
Three red beet
16
Three zucchinis
17
Three cobs corn, suitable boiling
18
Six sticks rhubarb
19
Dozen pods beans (dwarf)
20
Dozen pods beans (climbing)
21
Two melons - any variety
22
Two roots celery
23
Bunch silver beet or spinach
24
Two custard squash
25
Two table queen squash
26
Two capsicums
27
Bowl of fruit
28
Two bulbs garlic
29
Three chilli
30
Scariest scarecrow
31
One feature or unusual vegetable
JUNIOR SECTION - 16 years and under
32
Collection of vegetables, at least ten varieties
33
Four cherry tomatoes
34
Two tomatoes
35
Ten pods beans
36
Six potatoes
37
Two cucumbers
38
Two squash
39
Two pumpkins
40
Largest pumpkin
41
Two carrots
42
Two cobs corn
43
Two onions
44
Lariest scarecrow
$40 donated by Lance Partridge and Owen Presnell for the Champion Junior Exhibitor
Walcha Show 11/12 March 2022 (10/02/2022 20:45:37 )

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The National Recovery and Resilience Agency are proud to sponsor the 2022 Walcha Show. As well as supporting all disaster and drought affected communities around Australia recovering from hardship, the Agency combines expertise in natural disaster response, recovery and resilience to support impacted communities, with a strong on-the-ground presence and a guiding principle of locally-led recovery. They also deliver initiatives to reduce risk and lessen the impacts of future shocks.