Congratulations to our Extravaganza winners!

Business winners: 1st Anna Howe aka Miss Jingle Belle  2nd Julez Cake Creations  3rd Whittlesea Photography Club

Community winners: 1st St Mary’s Primary School  2nd Whittlesea Primary School  3rd Homecrafts W.A.S

Continue the tradition, become a part of the story….
since 1859.

The Whittlesea Agricultural Society is considered one of the oldest and continuous Agricultural Societies in Victoria. The Society is responsible for the Whittlesea Show, a large two day weekend event made possible by a dedicated band of volunteers who work throughout the year to create the annual Show. We also run other events including the Whittlesea Community Christmas Tree Extravaganza each December.

The Whittlesea Show began as a fair in 1859 and has grown to become one of the best Shows in Victoria and is a signature event in the Melbourne Community Calendar with large crowds flocking to the Show each year.
The purpose of the Show is to educate, inform and entertain – bringing agriculture, farming and rural knowledge to the wider public. The Show is a presentation opportunity for food, farmers and a trading place for rural skills and crafts, ranging from vintage to modern, showcasing changing farming practices through machinery, animals and ways of life.
The Whittlesea Show is held on the first full weekend in November each year. A very active committee is behind this successful event which by reputation conducts the largest two day Agricultural Show in Victoria.

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Experience the diversity of exhibits and displays.

The Show seeks to educate, inform and entertain, bringing agriculture, farming, rural issues and way of life to the wider public. The Show is a showcase for food, farmers and a trading place for rural skills and crafts, ranging from vintage to modern showing you changing farming practices through machinery, animals and ways of life.