EVENT: Agfest field days 2015

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Agfest 2014 entrance One of Tasmania's and Australia's largest agricultural show, Agfest is brought to you by the good people of the Rural Youth Organisation of Tasmania. Agfest 2014 entrance
Agfest 2014 crowd The event attarcts about 60,000 people through the gates each year. Agfest 2014 crowd
Agfest 2014 chocolates Foodies will love the wide array of delectable local produce on display. Agfest 2014 chocolates
Agfest 2014 indoor display Agfest 2014 indoor display
Agfest 2014 sheep Livestock is also highlighted at the show. Agfest 2014 sheep
Agfest 2014 tulips Agfest 2014 tulips
Agfest 2014 craft exhibit Agfest 2014 craft exhibit
Agfest 2014 JCB Workmax The show also acts as a huge launch pad for companies to release their new products and services, such as JCB's Workmax 800D UTV at the 2014 Agfest. Agfest 2014 JCB Workmax
Agfest 2014 kids There are heaps for young ones to see and do at Agfest. Agfest 2014 kids
Agfest 2014 Case IH Quadtrac 450 Farmers can take a squiz at and shop for the latest machinery and technology on the market. Agfest 2014 Case IH Quadtrac 450

Tassie’s leading agricultural and farming event will be held over three days from May 7 to 9.

The event, held annually in the small village of Carrick in Tasmania’s north highlights the state’s rich agricultural scene and showcases a wide array of local food and wine.

In addition, the event also caters to farmers looking to shop for the latest machinery and technology on the market; as well as animal lovers with its equine and livestock exhibits.

Last year, the event attracted 59,000 visitors through the gates despite slightly wet and chilly conditions.

As Tasmania is well known for its dairy industry, a special dairy feature will be set up this year at the end of Main Street that will have the best dairy products the state has to offer on display.

Other show highlights include a heritage machinery display; an ag art wear fashion designing competition and show; sheep dog trials and 4WD demos.

Read all about (and watch) our coverage of the 2014 Agfest field days and view the pictures above to get a taste of what’s to come this year.



Thursday May 7 to Saturday May 9

Opening hours: 8am to 5pm daily



Quercus Rural Youth Park, 415 Oak Street, Carrick, Tasmania



Dairy farmers, families, rural dwellers, hobby farmers.


Adults - $15, children (5 to 15-years-old) - $5, children under 5 – free


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


Visit the  Agfest field days website.


Look up list of all agricultural field days in Australia for 2015


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