Royal Show (Competition Now Closed)

Win one of 30 double passes to this year’s Royal Show

Hold on tight as the 2017 IGA Perth Royal Show explodes into full carnival atmosphere, kicking off on the first day of the school holidays, 23 September running through to 30 September. Readers have the chance to win one of 30 double passes, see the How to Enter details on this page.

This year the 8 days of Royally Good Value offers discounts and giveaways throughout the week of the show, including half-price Follow the Yellow Brick Road on Tuesday 26 Sept, half-price Kids Day on Thursday 28 Sept and half-price Seniors Day on Friday 29 Sept.

Free entertainment is always a big part of the show. Don’t miss the racing & diving pigs; IGA Follow the Yellow Brick Road – an interactive trail with lots of new activities, offers and prizes; Farm 2 Food presented by the Dept of Primary Industries & Regional Development and the IGA Cooking with Kids stage.

Foodies will delight in the huge array of offerings in Taste WA. Well known local chef Don Hancey will be presenting a mouthwatering taste of superb local produce. Novice gardeners of all ages will love the Waterwise display with Garden Guru Trevor Cochrane and the recycling activities for the kids and don’t miss Walk Through WA, for an innovative, educational display from all regions of WA.

The extraordinary Parasites exhibition has travelled all the way from Germany. Come face to face with parasites and learn where you can find them – through pets, travel and maybe even food! Understand how climate change, globalisation and adaptation can aid their spread.

For the first time in Australia, come and watch the spectacular ‘Dance of the Drones’ – a light and technology extravaganza in the main arena each evening, topped off by a spectacular fireworks display to finish off your night.

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This competition has now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Competition closes 4pm 5.9.17 with winners announced in the 9.9.17 edition of your Fremantle Herald.

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