Showcasing a variety of equipment, products and services
The Riverland Field Days are a very popular 2 day annual event that attracts thousands of people from throughout South Australia and beyond. Hosted on a purpose built facility just out of Barmera.
With over 350 exhibitors and approximately 30 caterers there is something for the whole family. The field days include the latest in agricultural machinery, equipment and services, demonstrations, information sessions, activities, entertainment, tastings, trade exhibits and much more.
We invite you to come along and experience one of the Riverland's major events. New exhibitors are always welcome.
Media Releases 2016
Minister Leon Bignell to extend a welcome
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and Fisheries, the Hon. Leon Bignell, will extend the welcome to all businesses and visitors participating in the 2016 Riverland Field Days.
Centuries old art of Blacksmithing - at the field days
Artist Blacksmith Association of South Australia is a group passionate about retaining the art of blacksmithing. They have established forges in a number of locations in South Australia.
Flying Doctor 'lands' simulator at Riverland Field Days
The full-scale replica RFDS aircraft Pilatus PC-12 will be on display for the general public over both days of the event on Friday 19 September and Saturday 20 September.
New for 2016 - Wood Cutting & Cross Cut Saw demonstrations
Fresh from the Adelaide Show – current competitors and past champion axemen will display their wood cutting skills at the field days in September.
'Early Bird' Field Day tickets now on sale
‘Early Bird’ gate entry tickets are now on sale at the following centres and outlets:-
- Barmera - the Barmera Visitor Centre
- Berri - the Berri Visitor Centre
- Loxton - Totally Exposed in East Terrace, Loxton
- Renmark - Yates Menswear in Murray Avenue, Renmark
- Waikerie - The Orange Tree Visitor Centre
Stefano de Pieri - Celebrity Chef
Stefano has received high acclaim for his ABC television series, A Gondola on the Murray, which first screened in 1997 and his subsequent cook books associated with his restaurant and the series.
He is an advocate of the regions and has been given the title of Murray River Ambassador.