Karoonda Farm Fair and Show 2021 will be the ultimate Murraylands experience

Here's what you and your family will find to see and do at one of South Australia's biggest field days this Friday and Saturday.

This sponsored post is brought to you by the 2021 Karoonda Farm Fair and Show.

Karoonda Oval will come alive this Friday and Saturday, April 9 and 10, for the Karoonda Farm Fair and Show.

With pop-up bars, live music, kids’ activities, more than 250 exhibitors and competitions, this is your opportunity to visit, see, enjoy and explore all things local.

Already one of South Australia’s largest field days, the farm fair has now gone even bigger as it now has a show!

Show displays and competitions, pilates and Reptile Awareness Australia will be among the new additions. 

Old favourites including sports and speed shearing, fashion parades, a fleece competition, the State Yard Dog Championships and more will still be there.

Nine Network presenter Kim Syrus will make an exclusive appearance at the Karoonda Farm Fair and Show. Photo: Karoonda Farm Fair and Show.

Australia’s most respected rose expert, Kim Syrus, the face of gardening on the popular television program In the Garden, will exclusively feature this year.

He will host activities and demonstrations on rose pruning and answer all your gardening questions.

Back by popular demand and a must-see will be the V8 Lawnmower Spectacular.

With a massive Chevrolet big block engine, these machines are loud and impressive.

Weighing 3.5 tonnes, these lawnmowers will drag a sled 100 metres on a purpose-built track. 

There will be no shortage of kids’ entertainment, from face painting to bouncing sheep, arts and crafts.

A free community event from 5pm on Friday will feature plenty of entertainment for the whole family. 

No matter the weather, there will be plenty of shelter for your comfort.

Karoonda Farm Fair and Show is committed to providing a COVID-safe environment for both patrons and exhibitors.

Admission will cost $15 for adults, $5 for 12- to 18-year-olds and free for under 12s.

Gates will open at 9am on both days.

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