Riverland Field Days is the country’s biggest for horticulture

South Australia’s Riverland Field Days returns on September 17th and 18th
Riverland Field Days
With more than 350 exhibitors and 15,000 visitors, Riverland Field Days is a major event on the South Australian rural calendar

The premier event in South Australia’s Riverland region, the Riverland Field Days, makes its welcome return to its dedicated Riverlands Events Centre site in September. Like so many other events, Riverlands was forced to cancel in 2020 but it’s back to its best this year.

Riverlands lays claim to being the biggest horticultural-based field days held in Australia but it also has a wealth of other attractions including displays and demonstrations from machinery, car and truck exhibitors. There is also caravanning, camping and boating gear on show, home and garden displays, and live entertainment.

Popular attractions include the likes of competitive wood chopping, working blacksmiths, Ag art wear, vintage machinery, helicopter rides, the Riverland Youth Theatre, art displays and a mobile zoo.

A wide variety of food and drink choices showcasing the best the Riverlands region has to offer are also available to tempt hungry visitors.

With over 15,000 people through the gates each year, event organisers are confident Riverland Field Days provides the perfect opportunity and great value for exhibitors to display, promote and demonstrate their products and services. It is, they say, the best opportunity in the year to promote and market to the biggest audience at a major event for the Riverland Region.

Prospective exhibitors are invited to book their site now for this year’s event to be held on Friday, September 17th and Saturday the 18th. To book you can download the PDF booking form or use the online form here.


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