Mildura Field Days is a celebration of horticulture innovation. The Event rewards rural innovators and inventors, offering cash prizes for the best new gadgets designed to make horticulture work easier. The awards encourage some of the industry’s best thinkers to put their ideas and designs forward, making it a must attend for horticulturalists trying to keep up with the future of the industry.
Spread across two days, the Mildura Field Days agriculture event celebrates Australian industry inventiveness with the Dried Fruits Australia Innovation in Horticulture Award. Awarded to the best horticulture implement, the cash prize has brought some great ideas into the spotlight over the years. The show day is about more than just horticulture however.
A gathering of local foods and wines, health and beauty products and regional farming communities make the event unique in its own. The Field Day staples will be on display as well, including industry specific machinery, cool-room exhibits, chemicals and fertilizers, all the type of equipment that gets a farmer’s heart beating. After a recent call for more events for women, the Mildura Field Days has also added exhibitions that focus on DIY, garden and relaxation supplies.
This year lucky attendees could be leaving the Field Day up a John Deere Lawn Tractor, or with a $1000 Fuel card from TASCO Petroleum in their pockets. Other prizes will be offered at the gates, but the only chance you got at winning is by heading down and grabbing a ticket!
The Field Day is currently accepting registration for businesses who are looking to display a product relating to food and wine, tourism and holidays, backyard, technology, or environmental within the horticultural and agricultural industries. The Mildura Field Days has also noted on their exhibitor webpage that applicants who’ve exhibited previously at the Mildura Field Days be given first preference.
Children Under 16: Free
Mildura Field Days will take place at the SuniTAFE Field on Benetook Avenue Mildura (Between 11th & 14th Streets). If you’re having trouble reaching the site, you can phone the Field Days Coordinator on 0487 021 122.
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