Please note our Entry Forms and associated documentation are now fillable forms or links as indicated. Exhibitors can either fill in the entry form/document, save, then email to the Show Office as an attachment; fill in and print out to send with entries; or print out the blank form and fill it in manually.
agriculture pavilion – Farm produce, fruit, vegetables, Nuts 2021
Main Pavilion 2021
alpaca & fleece 2021
Unfortunately, there will not be an Alpaca Show Competition in 2021, due to judges not being available as a result of COVID restrictions, however the Alpaca Pavilion will still be full of interesting Alpaca information for you to see, with the Comp returning in 2022.
beef cattle 2021
cage birds 2021
The Cage Birds competition is aimed at promoting good Aviculture practices, and is open to both adults and children with an interest in raising, breeding and showing birds.
The competition judging is carried out by the Clarence River Caged Bird Club, which was formed some 55 years ago.
The competition also encourages conservation and education of bird species.
demolition derby 2021
FLORAL ART 2021
Floral Art is the arrangement of flowers, foliage, and plant materials, with or without embellishment to tell a story that is eye catching and balanced.
The art of floristry is known to have been used as far back in time as Ancient Egypt.
In show work, the schedule will determine themes, the rest is up to the exhibitors imagination.
The schedule for the Grafton Show is divided into five sections covering Open, Novice, Secondary School, Primary School, and Infant School.
Please check the schedule for the section and class/es that suit your talent.
Please refer to Main Pavilion section for Floral Art schedule & entry form
home brewing 2021
The Grafton Brewing Competition attracts entries from the Clarence Valley and around Australia. It is open to all amateur brewers regardless of whether you are a novice or seasoned expert.
Those entering will receive constructive written feedback on your beers (which can be used to improve them should you wish to do so).
The Grafton Brewing Comp can also serve as a practice run for those planning to enter the various state competitions held later in the year, leading up to the national comp.
Classes cover most styles of beer, but also include ‘Beverages other than Beer’, and ‘Brew Foods’.
Horse Section is “enter on the day” for all classes except Showjumping.
Do you make your own Jewellery or Pendants? Then why not enter the Grafton Show Lapidary competition? Classes include Cabochons of various sizes (standard and freeform) as well as Jewellery made from Cabochons.
Additional classes include Handmade pendants (set/unset), Silversmithing work of various forms, Faceted Gemstones (Novice and Open Sections) & Beading jewellery and Enamelling works.
Judging is carried out by the Grafton Gem Club.
No matter what your age, we would love to see you enter your pictures in the 2021 Grafton Show Photographic Competition!
Younger people are especially encouraged to become involved by entering a photo or two.
There are classes suitable for age groups starting from 8 years, all the way to 70 years and beyond.
A vast array of subject matter is suitable to enter, including landscape, child/ children, water, animal / bird/ insect, freestyle, triptych to name a few. So check your memory cards!
Images may be colour or black and white, but all are required to be printed in the 8 x 10 (200mmx 250mm) size to be displayed.
For all of the details and information see the 2021 Photographic Schedule below.
Please refer to Main Pavilion section for Photography schedule & entry form
The Grafton Poultry Club encourages breeders of all ages to enter this years competition, and especially encourages the younger generation with a special grouping being setup for those under the age of 15.
Classes cover most poultry breeds, ranging from Softfeather Bantams to Waterfowl, and including not only ‘chooks’ but also Geese, Turkeys, and Ducks.
Checkout the programme for a full listing of all classes.
The Stewards of the Main Pavilion encourage all Primary Schools in the Valley to enter this prestigious annual competition.
The Schoolwork 2021 competition aims to allow students to demonstrate their resourcefulness by combining their imagination and artistic abilities to produce an artwork worthy of being presented to the show and displayed in the main Pavilion when the show is running.
This year’s theme is ANZAC DAY as the show falls on the Anzac weekend.
“This is a very reverent day for all Australians”, says Chief Steward Yvonne Robards, “and I know that the students of the Primary schools will do their respective schools proud with their entries in the competition, plus one lucky school will be the winner of the perpetual trophy for a year!”.