EVENT: Australian National Field Days 2014

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ANFD aerial view The Australian National Field Days attracts over 600 exhibitors every year. Image: ANFD Facebook page ANFD aerial view
ANFD crowd Massive crowds turn up each year to see the latest in the agricultural and rural industry. Image: ANFD Facebook page ANFD crowd
ANFD farming machinery NAB Awards of Excellence are handed out to exhibitors with products which offers innovation and efficiency. Image: ANFD Facebook page ANFD farming machinery
ANFD Fashion parade Fashionistas can look forward to fashion shows in the Style Pavilion. Image: ANFD Facebook page ANFD Fashion parade
ANFD guess sheep weight comp Visitors can take part in fun competitions like this "Guess the lamb's weight" competition. Image: ANFD Facebook page ANFD guess sheep weight comp
ANFD tea cart Items such as teas, snacks and other gourmet produce can be found in the Lifestyle Pavillion. Image: ANFD Facebook page ANFD tea cart

One of the oldest farming field days in the country, the Australian National Field Days will return in October this year from the 23rd to the 25th.

Run by the Orange Field Days Co-op Ltd, the field days has become one of Australia’s most well-known farming events.

Last year, the field days attracted over 600 exhibitors to display their wares and organisers are expecting similar numbers this year.

Visitors can expect a great range of products and services on display including agricultural machinery, livestock, financial services and more.

Every year, several NAB Awards of Excellence are handed out to exhibitors who put forward machinery or practices that focus on innovation, value for money, high standards of design and engineering etc.

School students will also be treated to a fun, educational experience at the event whereby they can ask experienced producers questions, identify different crops, meat cuts, fruits and more.

In addition to shopping for their next farm equipment, visitors will be able to see a number of machinery in action at the demo grounds. This includes ATVs, 4WD, haymaking tools, tillage machinery and more.

Other programs include sheep dog trials, fashion parades, cooking demonstrations, live country music and helicopter joy flights.

View the pictures above from last year to get a taste of what’s to come.


Thursday October 23 to Saturday October 25

Opening hours: 8.30am to 5pm


563 Borenore Road, Borenore NSW 2800 (15kms west of Orange)


Farmers, families, school students.


Adults - $15

Children (school age)- $5

Concession (pensioner card only)- $10

Family $35


To help plan your trip, click here to find accommodation in Borenore.


Find out more information such as detailed program list, contact details and exhibitor’s list on the Australian National field days website.

Look up list of all agricultural field days in Australia for 2014

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