Angaston Show

Junior Sections / Competitions

Junior Sections / Competitions

From colouring to cooking, floral art to sheep/wool showing – there’s a section for all interests.

Hey there! We would love to see you showcase your amazing skills in the Show competitions.

You can enter any category that suits your skills and interests, including the special junior sections.

You can even enter the competition against grown-ups in the open categories.

Good luck!

Participation in all Show competitions requires a Show Membership. A Show Membership is simply a pre-purchased ticket.

Exhibitors who register and pay via Showday Online can use their email receipt as their ticket. Exhibitor numbers and exhibit stickers will be issued when you bring your items into the Show Hall to exhibit.

Snowboarding
50+

junior competitions

$1000’s

in prizes & awards

15+

renowned judges

20+

community sponsors

Junior Sections / Competitions include:

  • Cookery
  • Floral Design
  • HIA
  • Handicrafts
  • Pets
  • Sheep & Wool
  • Tractor Pull
  • Rural Ambassador
  • Show Personalities
  • Colouring In Competition
  • Lego
  • Young Farmers Challenge

join the fun!

Snow Sports Adventure
Choc Chip Biscuits (Cookery)

Follow the Show Book recipe to bake your biscuits.

Downhill Skiing
Tom Boy Stitch (Handicrafts)

What can you do with one metre of Tom Boy Stitch?

Ski Racing
Pets on Parade (Pets)

The beloved Pet Competition is making a comeback, and we invite you to enter our special companions.

the angaston show

junior sections

Register at the Show Hall Office on the day to take part.
Snow Sports

Show Day Personalities

To be crowned as one of our Show Day Personalities, individuals will be assessed on personality, general knowledge, presentation, and deportment.

Snow Sports Events

Tractor Pull

Assemble your team for the Lyndoch Motors Tractor Pull.

Ski Areas and Parks

Australian Young Farmers Challenge

Participate in diverse on-farm challenges showcasing your practical agricultural skills.

This event highlights Australian youth in agriculture competing in teams of four, tackling a range of tasks that test skill, technique, knowledge, and safety.

More info here – Australian Young Farmer Challenge

There’s so much to gain!

Skill Development

Competing in various categories enables you to develop and showcase a wide range of skills.

Confidence Building

Competing in show events and competition helps build confidence, as you learn to present your work and achievements to judges and the public.

Fun and Enjoyment

It’s not just about competing—it’s about having a great time doing things you love. For junior exhibitors, it’s a chance to have fun while diving into activities you are passionate about.

Recognition and Awards

Winning or even just participating in competitions can provide you with a sense of accomplishment and recognition for the effort put into preparing for the event.

We would like to thank the many sponsors across our Junior Competitions.

Please support our Sponsors here.