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The next Wanaka A&P Show is to be held on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th March 2016 from 8am – 5pm. Run over two days marvelous days, the Wanaka A&P Show attracts around 35,000 people each year.
Adult tickets cost $15 for 1 day or $20 for a two-day pass. Entry is free for all children age 12 and under. Youth passes are available for ages 13-17 for only $5. Upper Clutha A&P Society offers members passes plus other benefits. Click here
to find out more about membership.
The Wanaka A&P show is a great day out for all ages. Packed full of entertainment, events, shopping and more there is something for everyone, from the infamous Jack Russell race to world class equestrian events, great shopping and carnival rides. Find out what’s on at the Wanaka Show: click here
The Wanaka A&P Show has a huge range of competitor events from equestrian and livestock events to home baking and best bloom competitions. You can enter online or by filling out the competitor entry form and sending this to us by post. Please see competitor information
for further details.
Exhibitor sites are available in a variety of different sizes and power is provided upon request. The price includes your inclusion in the Trade Exhibitors list on the Wanaka A&P Show website, nightly security before, during and after the Show, inclusion in the Wanaka A&P Show official site map and signage displayed throughout the showgrounds. Please visit the Trade Exhibitor Information
on our website for full pricing details.
The Wanaka A&P Show is proud to have Farmlands Co-operative as our Strategic Partner. Established more than 50 years ago with the specific intention of providing competition in the retail farm industry to reduce farmers’ input costs, Farmlands is New Zealand’s largest farmer owner co-operative. Farmlands exist for one simple reason – to use the collective power of their shareholders to negotiate better deals and improve individual profitability.