Redcliffe Show has a Jam-packed program in store for June 24, 25, 26

The night entertainment program will be taken to a new level at this year’s Redcliffe Show with a fleet of crazy cars to battle it out in the main ring, a V8 ute challenge and the return of the wheel of steel.

Secretary Barbara Mapp said the show, which is on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, offered a full program of ring events and displays during the day and plenty of action at night.

“For me the wheel of steel is the highlight, but everyone loves the fireworks,” Mrs Mapp said.

The Redcliffe & Bayside Herald is sponsoring the fireworks on Friday night.

“I think everyone should come along because it’s a great family atmosphere and a variety of things to suit everyone’s tastes including the music festival on Sunday,” she said

Mrs Mapp said she had been keeping a close eye on the weather forecast for the weekend and while it looked OK at this stage, she would have her fingers crossed.

She said about 300 Prep students would join in activities on Friday and she praised the high standard of school work presented for judging.


Friday June 24

All day - horse judging, show jumping

8am: poultry display

9am: championship dog show

9.30am: school bands perform

1-5pm: pig racing

5pm: Trackskill V8 ute challenge

6pm: Troy Garcia freestyle motocross, Caboolture junior motocross, Trackskill V8 ute challenge.

6.30pm: wheel of steel

7pm: official opening

7.15pm: monster fireworks

7.30pm: Troy Garcia freestyle motocross, Trackskill V8 ute challenge, wheel of steel.

Saturday June 25

8am: poultry display and judging

8.30am: horse judging, show jumping

9am: woodchopping, cattle judging

2pm: stock parade

Queensland mini trotting and sporting association will be in the ring during the day.

4.30pm: Trackskill V8 ute challenge, Troy Garcia freestyle motocross, Wheel of steel

6pm: Caboolture junior motocross

7pm: Trackskill V8 ute challenge, wheel of steel.

7.30pm: fireworks

8.30pm: Trackskill V8 ute challenge, Troy Garcia freestyle motocross.

Sunday June 26

8am: poultry and pidgeons

8.30am: exotic horse breeds judging

9am-3pm: music festival

9.30am: woodchopping

11am: children’s pet parade

12.30pm: Queensland mini trotting and sporting association

Other highlights include Eric Summons magic show, Lollypop the Roving Clown, Professor Wallace Puppet Show, free animal nursery, arts and crafts, cooking, needlework, school displays, woodcraft, honey displays, lapidary, horticulture, rides, camel rides, Luke’s Reptile Kingdom.


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