Enjoy a cracking day at The Caves Show

Vast and varied schedule in-store for The Caves Show

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Might and majesty: Yeppoon's Corey Smith on Oak n Cat at The Caves Show in 2016. The pair combined to win the Champion Working Stock Horse event.

Might and majesty: Yeppoon's Corey Smith on Oak n Cat at The Caves Show in 2016. The pair combined to win the Champion Working Stock Horse event.

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Visitors to the 31st annual running of The Caves show can look forward to a variety of agricultural events, family fun and top flight entertainment when the event takes place on Saturday, April 29.

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Visitors to the 31st annual running of The Caves Show can look forward to a variety of agricultural events, family fun and top flight entertainment when the event takes place on Saturday, April 29.

The Caves Progress & Agricultural Society will host the 2017 show, and said there will be plenty to see on the day which will open at 6am.

Big winner: Mary Lang and Brendallan Dongall won Champion Led Heavy Horse at The Caves Show in 2016, over a tight field of competition in the popular event.

Big winner: Mary Lang and Brendallan Dongall won Champion Led Heavy Horse at The Caves Show in 2016, over a tight field of competition in the popular event.

Events include stud beef cattle, hacking, show jumping, working stock horse, miniatures, harness, poultry and a dairy goat display.  A raft of exhibits will be packed into the pavilion featuring cooking, craft, produce, horticulture, photography and school displays. 

Show guests will also be able to browse trade sites and market stalls throughout the day, and kids can see the farm animals and experience the excitement of the diverse array of show rides.

The evening entertainment will begin at 4pm with an invitational truckies challenge, which will feature a bit of a twist this year.

Little leader: Led steer judge Corbmac Fanning with George Tucker and Scooter who won the 500kg and Under Milk Tooth Steer ribbon at The Caves Show last year.

Little leader: Led steer judge Corbmac Fanning with George Tucker and Scooter who won the 500kg and Under Milk Tooth Steer ribbon at The Caves Show last year.

Kick back and relax at the fully licenced bar while enjoying the dual delights of the mouthwatering barbeque on offer and the live music courtesy of Ben Beasley and his band. The night will be capped with a fireworks display which will light up the night sky.

The Caves Progress & Agricultural Society thanks all their sponsors, supporters and volunteers who have helped in many ways.

Don’t miss out on the 2017 Caves Show, it will be a day packed full of fun, laughter and entertainment. For further information follow The Caves Show Facebook page.

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