When is it on?
Murrumbateman Field Days are always held on the third weekend of October.
The Field Days are held on the third weekend in October and are open to the public on Saturday from 8.00am till 5.00pm and on Sunday from 8.00am till 4:00pm.
Is there an admission fee?
|Child (under 12)||FREE|
|Child (12y - 16 Incl.)||$5.50|
|At the Gate|
|Child (under 12)||FREE|
|Child (12y - 16 Incl.)||$5|
|Passouts are available at the gate if you intend coming back on the same day.|
Is there a parking fee?
Parking is FREE.
Are dogs allowed at Murrumbateman Field Days?
Here in the country, we all love our dogs, but due to public health and safety issues we do not allow dogs on the site. For the safety of your pets and the safety of other visitors, please refrain from bringing your four-legged friend/s along.
Of course working dogs that are competing and guide, medical aid or assistance dogs are welcome. Medical aid and assistance dogs will need documentation.
Are there disabled facilities?
Disabled toilets are available as is Disabled Parking near the main gate on the South Entrance between VG3 and VG4. (See map of site).
Event Scooter Hire will have single and double seat scooters available for hire. Full details and new simplified online reservations are available on www.eventscooterhire.com.au. We recommend you pre-book or you can enquire on the day at the main gate site number Y16 by VG4 (see map of site). General enquiries, please phone Gordon Moore on 0428 694 335.
Will there be ATM facilities at the site?
Yes there will be ATM’s available, the positions will be marked on a map of the site. This map will be available on our website when sites are finalised.
Will there be catering available?
Yes, a range of catering will be available over the two days on the Village Green. All catering at the Field Days is provided by community groups from local churches, schools, Rural Fire Service, Lions, etc.
What are the conditions of entry?
Murrumbateman Field Days management reserves the right to refuse entry or eject any patrons deemed to be intoxicated or otherwise acting in a manner which may be deemed offensive at its own discretion.
By entering the Murrumbateman Field Days event, all patrons consent to be photographed at the event and grant usage rights of any photographs taken to be used for promotional purposes at the discretion of Murrumbateman Field Days management and staff. Please advise the photographer if you do not wish photos to be taken.
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Will there be first aid facilities?
Yes, the SES provides our first aid service and they will be located by the tennis courts.
What is the official program?
We have some great exhibitors, both returning and new. Musicians and entertainers will also be there to keep everyone interested. Make sure you get a copy of The Land's Field Days program when you enter the event - it has a full program, a list of exhibitors and a map with them all marked. Click here for a list of 2016 exhibitors.
Is there a Parcel Pickup facility?
Yes, there will be two Parcel Pickup facilities - one at VG6 on the southern fence and the other at VG9 at the northern entrance.
Is there a Parenting Centre?
The Parenting Room will be next to the Information Office on the northern side of the tennis courts – check signs or the map of sites when posted on the website.
Will police be present?
Police will be on the grounds at the southern entrance next to VG6. The mounted police play an important role in modern policing and the police horses are always a popular attraction. They will be on site again in 2015.
Is there a public bar?
A public bar is not planned at this stage. The Murrumbateman Country Inn is just across the road from the Field Days venue and passouts are available at the gate if you intend coming back in on the same day.
Is there a lost property stand?
Lost property can be left at the Murrumbateman Field Days Information Office. Check the map of sites when posted on the website.