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The Tully Show Society committee has been working tirelessly over the past months to ensure that the 2021 Tully Show will proceed under the Covid 19 Industry plan. Visitors to the show will see a few changes prior to the show but once in the gate the displays and entertainment be just as great as any other show we have seen in Tully.
On entry to the Show all visitors are required to scan in via the Check in Qld app. Volunteers will be at the gate to assist people who do not have phones or require assistance with the app. Volunteers are still need for this role. If you like to volunteer for a few hours, please contact the office on 40682033.
We encourage people to pre-purchase entry tickets prior to the show. The office is now open daily for sale of family passes, day passes and bonus ride tickets.
On Show days Tickets can be purchased from the main gate only. Brosnan street and Tennis court gates will be for entry of pre purchased ticket holders only.
Entries for all sections are now open. Some sections will close earlier than previous years. The details of closing dates can be found on our website www.tullyshow.com.au or contact the show office. We ask that people please check these dates to avoid disappointment.
Tully Show Section Closing dates and Times
Schedule of Events are available from your local Newsagent or www.tullyshow.com.au
For more information regarding section changes please contact the Show office on 40682033
|1||Horses||Show day prior to event|
|2||Cattle||Friday 16 July||5pm|
|3||Woodchops||refer NQ Axemen’s Assoc.|
|4||Lego||Saturday 17th July||5pm|
|5||Photography||Saturday 17th July||5pm|
|6||Works of Art||Saturday 17th July||5pm|
|7||Needlework & Craft||Saturday 17th July||5pm|
|8||Domestic||Thursday 22nd July||6pm|
|9||Horticulture||Thursday 22nd July||12 noon|
|10||Orchids||Thursday 22nd July||12 noon|
|11||Floral Art||Friday 23rd July||8am|
|12||Fashion On the Paddock||Wednesday 21 July||5pm|
|13||Bananas||Thursday 22nd July||9am|
|14||Fruit||Thursday 22nd July||9am|
|15||Rare Fruits||Thursday 22nd July||9am|
|16||Vegetables||Thursday 22nd July||9am|
|17||Farm Produce||Thursday 22nd July||9am|
|18||Fruit and Vegetables Junior||Thursday 22nd July||4pm|
|19||Sugar Cane||Tuesday 21st July||3pm|
|20||Poultry||Friday 16 July||5pm|
|21||Caged Birds||Friday 16 July||5pm|
|22||Dogs||Sunday 11th July||5pm|
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