Featuring competition displays including Horticulture, Junior Art and Craft, Photography and the Royal Adelaide Art Prize, as well as food and wine exhibitors all in one place.
Showcasing the amazing works of talented amateur cooks and craftsman, browse handicrafts, quilts, model engineering trains, junior home economics, and cookery.
Over 250 exhibitors will be on showcase with their innovative products and services across five major categories: Kid’s Zone, Fashion & Beauty, Lifestyle, Home & Outdoor Living and Brand South Australia.
In Wayville Pavilion, you’ll find over 400 showbags on offer – from cartoons confectionery, nuts to novelty – there’s a showbag for everyone!
The Market Bazaar Foyer is home to non-profit organisations and fair-trade retailers, selling boutique and handmade goods, with every purchase making a difference to the lives of disadvantaged communities throughout the world.
View the prized pets from the aquarium fish, caged birds, cats, cavies, rabbits and reptiles competitions and check out the Pet Centre stage for heaps of all-day entertainment. Visit Walk with the Wild to learn more about reptiles and other creatures and browse the wide range of products on offer from exhibitors, including treats for your special pet.
Sample everything from cheese, yoghurt and ice cream from a range of dairy companies showcasing their produce and highlighting the importance of the dairy industry.
Featuring Taste SA and the Cellar Door Experience, Foodland Pavilion is a showcase of quality South Australian produce, food and wine.
Presented by PIRSA, TasteSA is one of the State’s greatest showcases of quality products grown and produced across the State. Products on offer include confectionery, condiments, olive oil, smallgoods, baked goods, honey, pasta and wine.
The Cellar Door Experience offers nine free 20-minute educational tasting presentations daily, showcasing olive oil, wine beer and cider. Presented by industry experts, each session is limited to 40 people, and offered on a first come, first served basis.
Farm Expo provides an avenue to showcase primary industries, related services and value-added products from a range of exhibitors, including motorcycles, small farm equipment, power tools, water tanks and more.
See the comprehensive and interactive displays showing grain production, from seeding, growth, harvesting and transformation into many products we come across every day in the supermarket.
The Old Ram Shed presents an educational and entertaining display of South Australia’s pioneering history, including regular shearing displays; a blacksmith shop; handspinners and weavers, kids’ model boat building and Melba’s Chocolates.
All technology competitive entries will be showcased in the Advanced Technology Centre, together with displays and demonstrations of current technology including a 3D printer display and a McLaren F1 Car.
The Society’s historical collection features an array of photographs, trophies, ribbons, prize cards, old showbags and other items of interest that have been donated and preserved over the years.
Check out our Animals page for information on other areas of the Show!