Click here to download the 2019 horse Schedule

Chief Steward - Liz Elliott, Tel 4996 4615


To guarantee a stable, please prebook and prepay in full. To book, call Owen Nicholson on 0428 179 717.

Electric Fencing

A designated area, which is signposted as such, has been set apart for electric fencing and/or tape. Competitors should ensure that where the power is switched ON, it is be clearly signposted as such.

Ribbon Information

Champion and Reserve Ribbons will only be awarded when there are 3 or more horses entered in any section.


Click here to download the 2019 campdraft schedule


  • Cattle - Brett Thompson tel. 4992 1423 or 0408 688 482

  • Felicity Wade tel. 0419 213 518


Campdraft entries open on 22 October and close when all cattle allocated.

Prepaid entries only via text msg to;

  • Felicity Wade 0419 213 518

Please include; name, phone number, membership number, event and horse name.

Post entries and cheques to:

Dungog A&H Association - Campdraft
PO Box 72
Dungog NSW 2420

Download the Draw

Maiden Novice 2018

Beef Cattle

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Chief Steward - Miracle Urban 0497 186 933

The cattle competitions at the Dungog Show are some of the oldest competitions held at the Showground. They recognise the best of the best and reward the achievements of cattle breeders. The quality of animals is always high and competition is exciting.

Cattle are placed in their class with the judges taking into account all the strengths and weaknesses of each animal. Their choice should be based on sound reasoning and the judge explains their reasoning when awarding prizes.

Visit the cattle shed between 9.00am to 6.00pm daily, to talk with the breeder, fitters and handlers.


Click here to download the 2018 POULTRY schedule

Chief Steward - Ed Rumble Tel. 0408 921 810 Email:

Stewards - Libby Rumble and Jon Lemmon


  • Entry Fee $TBA all classes

  • Entries close TBA

  • Judging TBA

  • Birds to be penned by 8.30am Saturday

  • Birds to be unpenned by 4.00pm Saturday

Dog High Jump

Click here to download the 2018 Dog jump schedule

Click here to download the entry form

Stewards - Matt and Taneal Anderson  Tel. 0428 964 279


Enter on the day at High Jump in Main Arena.


Small Dogs – 30cm or under
Entry Fee $5/dog/event
Prizes 1st – $50, 2nd – $30, 3rd – $20

Medium Dogs – 30cm and over
Entry Fee $5/dog/event
Prizes 1st – $50, 2nd – $30, 3rd – $20

Open Event
Entry Fee $5/dog/event
Prizes 1st – $50, 2nd – $30, 3rd – $20

Dachshund Dash

Rules - race with a smile and happy heart

Steward - Jay Dillon tel. 4992 1900 or 0417 681 835

We're not entirely certain what the rules are in this class. Sometimes they are made up on the day, sometimes on the spot, sometimes they are broken, but whatever happens there are lots of laughs.

There are black dogs, tan dogs, black and tan dogs, short haired, long haired, some in fancy dress, some in racing stripes but what they have in common is that they do their very best with their little legs to race to claim victory.


Enter on the day at the race track in the Main Arena.

Entry Fee: $5

Local Pet Competition

Steward - Jeanie Briggs


Registration: 9.45am
Judging Starts: 10pm
Where: Animal Nursery Lawn
Entry Fee: $2


  • Best Dressed Pet

Children of all ages are invited to show off their pet in one of our Show’s most treasured events – the Dungog Show Pet Parade! This colourful, crowd pleasing event is one of a kind and anything can happen.

We hope that you will join us on Saturday at 10am. Children showcase their dogs and ponies, goats and calves, birds and fish, ferrets and felines in a Pet Parade that provides fun and entertainment for the entire family. Fancy dress for your pet is encouraged!

Entrants are invited to walk in Grand Parade.


Competitors Please Note

Entries are accepted on the understanding that competitors agree to compete under the articles of the association of the Dungog A&H Association Inc. and its By Laws and Regulations.

Sponsors & Major Awards

Without the valuable support from Sponsors the Show classes would not be possible.

The Dungog A&H Society gratefully acknowledge and thank them.