The Kiosks are one-stop-shops based at the Show entry gates providing; Show information, where you can purchase Yellow Brick Road bags, collect your Discount Ride Tickets and Family and Child Value Packs. At all Kiosks you can also purchase a $12 Return Ticket to come back to the Show for a second time on any day of your choice. EFTPOS facilities are available at all Show Kiosks.
The Kiosks are located
- Inside the Rose Terrace Gate
- Inside the Leader Street Gate
- Western End of Atrium Food Court Plaza
- Inside the Ridley Gates
- Inside the Adelaide Showground Railway Station gate (by the Dog Pavilion)
- At Kid's Corner (Goodwood Road Entry / North of Goyder Pavilion)
All booths will be open from 9am to 10pm each day of the Show.
Visitors with a disability are well-catered for. All areas of the venue are accessible by ramps and lifts, and there are wheelchair-friendly toilets, located throughout the venue. Disabled parking bays are also available.
Wheelchair viewing platforms have been placed in both the Public Grandstand and Members Grandstand areas.
Toilets for disabled visitors are situated:
- northern entrances to the Goyder and Jubilee Pavilions (male and female) (M3, N3)
- inside the Goyder and Jubilee Pavilion (male and female) (L7, O7)
- north east side of the Stirling Angas Hall (G6)
- in the Members Bar (unisex) (F12)
- in the Atrium Plaza adjacent to the Food Court and Showbag Pavilion (male and female) (M8, O8)
- near the Leader Street Gate (female) (E15)
- in the Dog Pavilion (male and female) (B3)
There is parking for people with disabilities the Adelaide Showground car parks on Rose Terrace and Leader Street. They are available on first come, first serve basis. Parking is $25 per car, per day.
You’ll find Automatic Teller Machines at:
- Southern entrance of the Duncan Gallery
- Western Foyer of Jubilee Pavilion
- Adjacent Rose Terrace Gate entrance
- The BankSA branch on West Crescent
Located at Jubilee South, the coordinator of the Locker Hire service has mobile phone chargers for the public to use.
Lost children or lost vulnerable adults should be taken to the Police Station (northern side of the Public Grandstand).
Wristbands are available at all Show Kiosks, the Show Police Station, BankSA Farmyard Nursery and the Royal Show office. Wristbands for children and vulnerable adults need to have the parent or guardian's phone number written on the wristband before putting them on. Police suggest that parents/guardians take a picture of their child/vulnerable adult upon entry to the Show so they have a record of what the child/vulnerable adult was wearing.
All lost property is to be taken to the Lost Property office located east of the Secretary's office at the back of the public grandstand (J8) with valuable items going to the Police at the northern end of the Public Grandstand
Hand washing facilities are available in all animal areas with "hand washing" signs in these areas as well as signage in all toilets encouraging all Show-goers: "After being with animals it is recommended that you wash your hands with soap and running water before eating, drinking or smoking."
EcoCaddy will provide a fun and exciting transport service for those attending the Royal Adelaide Show. Hotspots located at the Adelaide Showground Railway Station, South Terrace Park Lands carpark and the Rose Terrace entrance. Hail down one of our eye-catching bamboo bodied EcoCaddies and get a FREE ride
Location: Inside Kidman Gates
Contact: Gordon Moore 0428 694 335
Bookings: Book online @ www.eventscooterhire.com.au
Cost: $80 for all day or $60 for up to 4 hours. RA&HS members receive a 12.5% discount reducing the all day rate to $70.
Times: 9am – 9.30pm Subject to availability, scooters can also be hired on the day by walking up to the site.
Locations: Goyder and Jubilee Pavilion foyers (north and south), Atrium, Ridley Centre (Market Bazaar), Dog Pavilion and adjacent Stirling Angas Hall (north east corner).
Parents with young children can access these toilets as well as persons with a disability or other special needs. All disabled and special needs toilets contain a fold down baby change table. Permanently fixed change tables can be found in the Atrium Parents' room.
There are parenting rooms in the Atrium Plaza and the northern Jubilee Pavilion toilets which have baby change facilities. All disabled and special needs toilets include a fold down nappy change table. Microwaves are available in the parenting rooms.
Contact: Pat Petherick on 0417 076 332 for bookings
Cost: $50 deposit (returnable) + $4 /hour
Stroller Hire Cost: $30 deposit (returnable) + $4 /hour
Lions International will operate this hire service from the rear of the Ringmaster's building which is between the Members Grandstand and the BankSA Farmyard Nursery.
The Royal Adelaide Show is entering its sixth year supporting Foodbank South Australia to put food on the table of those who would otherwise go without. Foodbank is South Australia's largest food relief agency, supplying food to more than 520 welfare agencies and community groups and supporting more than 400 schools across Adelaide's metro, regional, country and remote areas. Over 102,718 South Australians rely on Foodbank's services every month, with one third of them children.
Foodbank will be exhibiting this year as part of the 2018 Yellow Brick Road in the Jubilee Pavilion. Foodbank supporter, Brumby's, will be supplying products for the trail. So make sure you participate in the Yellow Brick Road this year and you will be supporting Foodbank to put food on the table of those in need. Foodbank will be selling merchandise including super hero capes and there will be free competitions for the kids at their fun-filled exhibit!
In addition to the Yellow Brick Road, Foodbank volunteers will be collecting gold coin donations at the gates on the Show's second Friday, 7 September. A donation of $2 will put more than 4 meals on the table of those Foodbank support.
Over the past years Show-goers and exhibitors have donated enough to feed 5,000 families doing it tough. Foodbank's main belief is that no one should go hungry and we can all do something to join the fight against hunger in South Australia. To find out more please visit www.foodbanksa.org.au
Lockers are available for hire at the Show. Open from 9am until 9.30pm each day, the lockers are available in The Atrium Food Court next to Jubilee Pavilion.
Options for lockers are:
- All day lockers which can be accessed throughout the day - $10 to hire (plus a $2 refundable key deposit)
- Sel-serve single use coin operated lockers - $2 (regular) or $4 (large)
Phone charging facilities are also available.
The Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA is committed to ensuring the Show reduces its impact on the environment and has implemented strategies to manage the waste produced during the event. About 80% of the waste comes from animals, straw, wood shavings and animal manure. This waste is collected and sent for soil composting and used in the production of fertilizer and other garden products.
In 2017, 98.8% of all waste from the Adelaide Showground was repurposed or recycled instead of going to landfill. Cardboard packaging is collected in special bins and separated for recycling, thus removing it from the waste stream. Wooden pallets and other structures are also recycled if they can no longer be used. Special bins are available for the collection of cans and plastic bottles. With the co-operation and support of visitors, Australian Green Clean and SUEZ, our caterers and the commercial traders at the Royal Adelaide Show, the Society will once again achieve the highest possible percentage of landfill diversion.
The Royal Adelaide Show is a SMOKE FREE event. Smoking is permitted in the designated smoking zones, designated areas in bars and 20m from the Showground boundary. The remainder of the Showground, (including E-cigarettes) is smoke free. Please check the Show Map to find the location of the smoking-zones.
In the event that an emergency situation arises during the Show, the Show has in place a set of policies and procedures designed to address emergency issues. The Society will do this by working closely with SA Police, Safework SA, SA Metropolitan Fire Service, other emergency services and relevant community agencies. If visitors see anything of concern to them, they should raise this with either, a hall attendant, pavilion supervisor, police officer or staff at the Royal Show office.
St John First Aid facilities are available at the western end of the Atrium. St John volunteers will be on duty throughout the Show ready to offer first aid if required. St John staff will sell first aid kits and provide information at its Atrium Plaza and Jubilee Pavilion locations.
Located in the Southern end of the Jubilee Foyer
Guides SA operates this service for a small fee from the rear of the Ringmaster’s building, between the Members Grandstand and the BankSA Farmyard Nursery. It is open from 9am to 9pm daily.
Costs for parcel minding:
- $4 per parcel, backpacks
- $6.00 for large parcels, large bags, trolley bags and pushers
Girl Guide biscuits are also available for purchase.