The Golden Edge Nelson A&P Show attracts 12,000 – 14,000 through the gate overtwo days of fun filled family entertainment. Bring a picnic, or purchase refreshments from the food court. There is lot's of free entertainment available including musical performances at the main stage and numerous demonstrations situated all over the Show.
Saturday 25 November 2017, 9.00am to 5.00pm
Sunday 26 November 2017, 9.00am to 4.00pm
FAMILY TICKETS (UP TO 2 ADULTS & 3 KIDS):
Pre buy – one day - $20.00
Pre buy - two day - $25.00
Gate price one day - $25.00
ADULT TICKETS (17 years +):
Pre buy – one day - $10.00
Pre buy - two day - $15.00
Gate price one day - $15.00
ANZ ATM Container in front of the helicopter rides.
The Highland Dancing will move to the Richmond Town Hall on Cambridge St in the case of wet weather. Some sections may re arrange their programme to avoid the worst weather. Only in extreme weather conditions will the Show be cancelled.
Located in the Childrens' Hall, the main stage and at the TCV Animal Experience
There is FREE parking within the Richmond Showgrounds. Please be courteous at all times to our volunteer gate attendants. Parking is at your own risk.
First Aid is available beside the woodchopping competition in the small white building.
Please direct all lost children to the Main Stage.
Report all lost children to the main stage as well as the Office round the back of the Birch Hall Cafe.
All reports of theft and lost property can be made at the Show Office, round the back of the Birch Hall Cafe.
All dogs must be on leads, please dispose of any dog poo. Dogs must be kept away from all livestock.
Police will be in attendance at the Showgrounds throughout the Show.
The Show Office is round the back of the Birch Hall Cafe..
A quiet space is provided at the end of the second grandstand, the toilets here also have baby change facilities.
Located at the Cafe in Birch Hall.
Please abide by the safety rules and signage at the Showgrounds. Follow instructions from Show Officials. Parents please ensure that children do not enter livestock pens or enclosures. Do not poke, hit or irritate animals. Please ensure that you and children in your care do not stand behind horses, cows or bulls – they may not see you there. If visiting the Show with small children we suggest you write your cell phone number on their arm. Should they become separated from you; staff can then easily notify you. The roads within the Showgrounds are open for Emergency and Show vehicles, horses, cattle and other livestock, particularly around the Main Arena and Cattle Rings. Please be aware of vehicular and animal traffic around the Showgrounds particularly if you have children in your care.