Please note: 2018 Traders who are returning, a pre-filled application has been sent to you. In 2019, the 2018 traders have first preference on their site location. We will begin allocating empty sites in early June 2019.
Over 25,000 people visit Sheepvention from all states of Australia and New Zealand. 95% of exhibitors intend to exhibit at Sheepvention the following year. Sales at Sheepvention are significant, approximately $8 million in sales are made during and post the event.
Suited to animal health, livestock equipment, vehicle, machinery, leisure, fertilizer, fencing and traders requiring large sites.
Includes education, careers, government departments and community groups.
Includes clothing, beauty products, woollen products homewares and gifts.
A permanent concrete shed that will focus on crafts and gardening. Trade sites, exhibitors and demonstrations will be included in this pavilion.
Featuring cattle demonstrations on clipping and fitting, junior judging, cattle paraders and demonstration of meat plus the Young Auctioneers Competition. There will be a display of cattle from Emmanuel College.
Will tell the story of our food and include a Butchery, a working bakery, kids educational activities and chef demonstrations on our stage, engaging with both farmers and consumers. The stage program also includes gourmet produce, wineries, cooking and wine matching demonstrations. Tastings are encouraged.
Includes sheep studs and breeders and livestock genetics.
Limited spaces are available. Innovations Hub consists of a Stage Program, showcasing new agriculture technology, Inventions Competition and School Program workshops.