Sep
12
2011

A slice of traditional Tasmania at the Burnie Show

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The Burnie show is only three weeks away and if you plan on being anywhere near the north-west coast of Tasmania at the end of the month, it could be well worth your while to add it to your itinerary.

Held over two days from Friday September 30 to Saturday October 1 at Wivenhoe Showground, it is a wonderful opportunity for locals and visitors alike to enjoy an old-fashioned carnival atmosphere.

Whether you come with family or friends, the Burnie Show has something to offer everyone.

Fresh produce from the region, cute farm animals, arts and crafts, rides, games and a variety of food and beverage stalls will all contribute to a great event with a pleasant vibe.

As one of Tasmania’s best regional agricultural shows, newcomers to the island state will get a glimpse of traditional life through the fascinating exhibitions and displays inside the large industrial hall.

Admission is $15 for adults and $6 for children and concessions, with family passes costing $30.

Burnie is a vibrant town in spring and summer – situated right on the serene coastline and home to the largest eucalypt tree farm in Australia.

You can reach this little gem by driving 30 minutes west of Devonport.

 

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