A visit to the Royal Adelaide Show is the best way to teach young minds about the role that agriculture and horticulture plays in our everyday life. Through hands-on activities, interactive sessions and demonstrations, kids can learn firsthand what goes into preparing, growing, and harvesting the food they eat to the clothes they wear, and why it is important to secure the future of farming. 

The perfect way to teach the next generation about the vast Australian agricultural landscape is through interactive displays and activities like beekeeping, sorting grain, milking cows, shearing sheep, learning how to care for animals, and picking fruit.

The Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of SA (RA&HS), which runs the Royal Adelaide Show, supports our primary industries year-round through education and scholarships, benefiting generations of South Australians.

This year the RA&HS has been proud to support and fund 14 Agricultural and Horticultural education initiatives.