Program of Events 2017

Program – Thursday March 9

7.00 Judging Section F: Sheep Dog Trials, Novice Classes             
9.00 Judging Section N: Art
10.00 Judging Section P: Special Junior
10.30 Judging Section S: Patchwork, Quilting and Appliqué,
11.00 Judging Section R: Needlework
Judging Section T: T Knitting, Crochet and Handspun Garments
1.00 Judging Section V: One Person’s Work
Judging Section W: Cookery
2. 00 Judging Section Q: Craftwork
Judging Section Y: Jams, Preserves and Eggs
4.00 Judging Section X: Fruit and Vegetables
Judging Section Z: Amateur Wine Making and Brewing
Stockman’s Bar opens
4.30 Judging Section U: Woodwork and Metalwork
Judging Section W: Cookery

Program – Friday March 10

7.00 Judging Section F: Sheep Dog Trials
8.00 Judging Section B: British and Australasian Sheep Breeds
Judging Section C: Wool
Judging Section J: Woolhandling competition commences
8.30 Judging Section A: State Sheep Show Merino and Poll Merino
9.00  Trade Fair opens
Art show and Photography exhibition opens
Kids Corner opens
Animal Nursery Opens
Rodeo wrist band sales commence – at the Information Booth (Adults $10, U-18 $5)
9.30 Judging Section D: Commonwealth Bank Cattle Expo: Stud Cattle
9.45 Judging Section K: New Release and Display Awards
10.00 Fashion Parades in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI 
Judging Section D: Commonwealth Bank Cattle Expo – Trade Cattle
Judging Section D: Commonwealth Bank Cattle Expo Heifer competitions
Judging Section G: Poultry
Live Music starts in Food Courts
Historical Village Museum Opens - free entry all day to show patrons
10.30 Dining Room open (in air con) until 3.00pm – supporting the poor of Cambodia
11.00 Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI
12.00     Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI; Apex Teen Fashion Awards
Dog High Jump – Sheep dog arena
Stockman’s Bar Opens
Landmark Wine Baa opens
World’s Greatest Shave – Gen Bannerman for Leukaemia Foundation – Shearing Shed
1.00 Official Opening of the 114th Wagin Agricultural Show
and 45th Annual Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama by
Cr Bob Kirk, Mayor Goulburn Mulwaree Council NSW, Wagin ‘s sister city.
Presentation of Glenys Gmeiner Media Awards to 2016 winners
&Presentation of Countryman Display Awards and New Release Awards (Section K)
2.00 Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI 
3.00 Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI  
Prime Yearling Beef Auction in the Commonwealth Bank Cattle Expo Arena
Presentation of Woolhandling awards (Section J) at Shearing Complex
3.30 Presentation of Poultry Awards (Section G) in Poultry Shed
4.00 Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI  
5.00 Free entertainment continues in Food Courts
Presentation British & Australasian Breeds (Section B) in their shed
6.00 Trade Fair sites, except food vendors and Side Show Alley close
8.00 Art show, Photography and Home Industries pavilion closes
8.30 Live Music Finishes in Food Courts
9.00 Remaining Trade Fair Closes
10.00 Landmark Wine Baa closes

Saturday March 11

7.00 Judging Section F: Sheep Dog Trials commence
8.00 State Election. Polls open until 6pm.  Polling Place is the Multi Purpose Shed in Kitchener Street (on the west side of the ground, near Gate 2)
8.30 Judging Section A: State Sheep Show Merino group classes
Judging Section E: Young Judges competitions commence
Judging Section H: Horses in Action Funorama
Junior Rodeo commences
9.00 Judging Section I: Shearing competition commences
Trade Fair opens
Art show and Photography exhibition opens
Kids Corner opens
Animal Nursery opens
Rodeo wrist band sales commence – at the Information Booth (Adults $10, U-18 $5)
9.30 Woolorama Utes to assemble on Oval prior to judging at 10.00
10.00 Live music commences in Food Courts
Judging Section K: Woolorama Utes begins
Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI 
  Stockman’s Bar opens
Historical Village Museum Opens
- free entry to Make Smoking History Woolorama patrons all day
  Prize Money for Sections P-Z can be collected from the Secretary’s office
10.30 Dining Room opens (until 3.00pm)
11.00 Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI 
Landmark Wine Baa opens
12.00 Commonwealth Bank Cattle Expo Presentations and Cattle Junior Judging awards  – Cattle Arena
Dog High Jump – Sheep Dog Arena
Stockman’s Bar opens
12.30 Dog High Jump – Sheep Dog Arena
Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI; Apex Teen Fashions
Stockman’s Bar opens
1.00        Presentation Woolorama Utes (Section L)
Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI
1.30 Young Judges (Section E) Awards Presentation on the Merino Lawn
2.00 Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI 
Blade shearing of Merino Lamb classes at Merino Shed
2.15 Presentation of Wool (Section C) Awards on the Merino Lawn
Presentations Major Stock on the Merino Lawn
3.00        Fashion Parade in Ray Johnson Wool Pavilion – AWI
3.30 Presentations of Sheep Dog Trial Awards (Section F) – Sheep Dog Arena
4.00 Presentation of Shearing awards (Section I) at Shearing Complex                   
Departure of livestock commences
4.30 Cut off point for Rodeo wrist band sales at the Information Booth
Live music ends Food Courts
Home Industries pavilion closes
5.00 Rodeo Spectacular Commences – Rodeo Grounds at north of Woolorama grounds
- Rodeo wristbands go on sale at the Rodeo entrance ($20)
Rodeo Bar Opens
  Art show closes
Home Industry and Crafts exhibits to be removed by entrants
Kids Corner closes
Woolorama Utes entries to be removed
Trade Fair closes
7.30 Live Music Begins at Rodeo Grounds
8.00 Landmark Wine Baa closes
12.00     Rodeo Bar Closes

Office Hours

Make Smoking History Woolorama office at the Wagin show grounds is open from 9.00am to 5.00pm weekdays from Monday 27 February until Friday 17 March; open from 7.00am to 7.00pm on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 March, both days of Woolorama.

Gates

Open from 7am on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 of the event

Bars Open 4pm Thursday March 10; open 12pm Friday 10 and Saturday 11 March

 

 

Media Releases

GOPHER HIRE
Woolorama showgrounds, occupying about 25 hectares, takes a bit of energy and stamina to negotiate and see everything.

Message of Welcome from the Woolorama President.
I invite all patrons to come and enjoy the many facets of this year’s event,

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