EVENT: FarmFest 2015

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Queensland’s premier agricultural field days, FarmFest is set to take place at the Kingsthorpe Park this year from June 2 to 4.

Check out our coverage of Farmfest 2014

According to organiser Fairfax Rural Events, FarmFest 2015 is set to return bigger than ever with all of the sites sold out this year.

The event focuses on not only farm machinery but rural lifestyle, featuring products and services catering to those living on the land.

This year, organisers have introduced a new ticketing system which allows visitors to avoid queues. Ticket booths will be set up in car parks to allow visitors to purchase their tickets before reaching the gates.

Another new feature for this year is the first ever Australian STIHL Timbersports series in which ten competitors from across the state will battle it out over six disciplines (three axe and three saw) for a spot in the finals in November.

Visitors can also look forward to the appearance of multi-Golden Guitar winner Lee Kernaghan on the CRT stand on June 3 at 12pm. Lee will perform material from his latest album Spirit Of The Anzacs, and will also meet fans and autograph copies of his new book Boy From The Bush.

View pictures above and check out our coverage of last year’s event to get a feel of what to expect this year.

WHEN

Tuesday June 2 to Thursday June 4

Opening hours: Tuesday and Wednesday - 9am to 5pm

                       Thursday – 9am to 4pm           

WHERE

Kingsthorpe Park on the Warrego Highway, 20 kilometres west of Toowoomba

WHO

Rural dwellers, hobby farmers, broadacre farmers, families

TICKETS

Adult/Senior/Pensioner/ Child 12+ - $5.00 | Children under 12 – Free

Accommodation

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

 

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