Making the show

Volunteers. It’s the local event of the year but the Circular Head Show doesn’t come together without a lot of help.  For more than half a century John Bergman has attended the Circular Head Show.  It all started in 1956 when as a young boy, he and his family moved from Ulverstone to a farm …

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Show us a good time

Weekend. An event 110 years strong is only made so by its community. This year, the show returns with all of your favourites such as equestrian events, woodchopping, cattle competitions and the popular animal nursery. Along with the popular chopping events, there will be a two-shoe tree felling class, an event that has not been …

3 months ago 0

A cut above the rest

Event. For over a century, community members have come from near and far for the Circular Head Show. Now in its 110th year, the show continues to deliver old favourites and new ideas. The Circular Head Agricultural Society is revealing the best in Tasmanian produce with the Graze the Region showcase. From the paddock to …

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Obstacle with a twist

Challenge. Think you have what it takes to pass a reverse obstacle course? Then put your skills to the test. The Circular Head Agricultural Society is introducing a new attraction to the upcoming Circular Head Show. An obstacle course will await those game enough to attempt, where competitors must manoeuvre a Honda Pioneer Side by …

1 year ago

Excellent baked goods, Rhonda!

Tradition. Circular Head Agricultural Society’s annual show is on again and the region is abuzz preparing for this weekend’s event. The 108th Circular Head Show will be held at Stanley Recreation Ground on Saturday (December 3) and will feature everyone’s favourite exhibits including cattle judging, cooking demonstrations, the showgirl competition, wood chopping, animal nursery, the …

2 years ago

A family tradition

Fun. Preparations for next weekend’s Circular Head Show are well underway as schools and community members get crafty ahead of the annual event. Stanley Primary School recently enlisted the help of great-grandparents, John and Margaret Walters, to show pupils how to make a kite. They then helped cover them for students to decorate in time …

2 years ago

Dogs on show

Demonstrations. Circular Head Agricultural Society is thrilled to announce a brand new canine exhibit at this year’s show on Saturday December 3. Performing dogs will be coming from all over Tasmania to demonstrate the exciting and exhilarating sports of agility, flyball and rally obedience. The show committee, with the assistance of local dog trainer Trina …

2 years ago
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Get ready for the CH Show!

Event. The Circular Head Show is just six weeks away and now in its 108th year, the historical event retains all the traditional features you expect of an agricultural show. Including equestrian events, wood chopping, dairy and beef cattle competition, and animal nursery, the day culminates with the Grand Parade at 3pm. Thanks to the …

2 years ago

Costa’s coast-bound

Show. The Circular Head Agricultural Society’s big attraction for this year’s annual show is Paul Costa and his band who will perform live during the afternoon. Held on the first Saturday of December, the show is now in its 107th year and committee member Sue Smedley says it is a fantastic and affordable day out …

3 years ago

Show’s new features

Event. For the first time in the show’s 107-year history, the Circular Head Agricultural Society will know exactly how many patrons attend this year’s event with the introduction of wristbands. Patrons will be given a wristband upon entry – falling in line with other large-scale public events and ensuring gate numbers can be counted. Also …

4 years ago