St Ives Show Attractions
Visitors enjoyed a diverse range of attractions at the 2017 St Ives Show. There were lots of fun things to see and do for the whole family.
The organisers are working on the 2018 event and hope these attractions will be on the program again. Check the website in early 2018 for further information about next year’s show.
Track Day Club PARKED Car Display
The Track Day Club 'presented a special TRACK DAY CLUB PARKED display at St Ives Showground. It was an epic collaboration which brought car enthusiasts… Continue reading →
Learning About Our Feathered Friends
Kids and their parents were keen to find out about caring for birds in their own backyard.
The Manly Warringah Avicultural Society (MWAS) conducted a table show … Continue reading →
Sydney Antique Machinery Club Inc
The members of the Sydney Antique Machinery Club are dedicated to the restoration, preservation and… Continue reading →
Blue Mountains Reptile Awareness
What makes a man that has died from snake-bite three times, is allergic to anti-venom, and was left … Continue reading →
Animals All Animal Nursery
It’s great to see the Animals All animal nursery and their cuddly baby animals at the show.… Continue reading →
Heavy Horse on display
Everyone loves big, gentle, draught horses and you could get up close to Sam the Clydesdale at St Ives Show … Continue reading →
Fun Rabbit Show and Displays
Kids and families – hop into some great fun at the Rabbit Show at St Ives Show which is organised by the NSW Rabbit Fanciers Society.… continue reading→
All Occasions Fireworks Spectacular
There was a spectacular, free, fireworks celebration by All Occasions Pyrotechnics at 7.30pm on Saturday evening… Continue reading →
Woodchopping is a mighty sport and forms an integral part of any agricultural show.… Continue reading →
Pipe Bands Australia - NSW Branch State Miniature Pipe Band Championships
Pipe Band Australia’s New South Wales Branch State Miniature Pipe Band Championships was held at the … Continue reading →
Australian Light Horse Troop
Australian Light Horse Brigade’s A Troop from Richmond Windsor had a static display at the show.
The horses were tied to a picket line, fully saddled, so you can get close and see how things looked in days gone by.
There was a display of items of interest—and members of A Troop, in uniform, were there to answer your questions. Modern films like War Horse,have showed us how brave horses were in the field of battle and we all remember their feats in earlier movies like The Charge of the Light Brigade.
It is the aim of the Light Horse Brigade to preserve the 1914-1918 period of dress and saddlery.
Visit www.lighthorse.org.au for more information.
Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud Demonstration
Watch kelpies round up sheep. One of the most exciting things you can see at an agricultural show is… Continue reading →
Pittwater High – learning about agriculture
Pittwater High School is one of the few schools in Sydney to offer agriculture classes and regularly appears at St Ives show. Continue reading →
Indigenous Choir entertain at St Ives Show
Visitors to St Ives Show enjoyed the talents of the adults and kids who make up the Mt Druitt Indigenous Choir and who, besides singing, perform dance items and indigenous actions with each song enabling them to interact with the audience using clapsticks and digeridoos. … continue reading→