2022 promises to be a great year for the Kadina Agricultural, Horticultural & Floricultural Society Inc.
Come along and enjoy the sideshows, sites and displays, horse events, and attractions as we bring a weekend of fun and enjoyment to the
Copper Coast on
Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st August 2022.
The Kadina Agricultural, Horticultural & Floricultural Society Inc. showgrounds, are available for clubs and organisations to hire.
The showgrounds also accommodate self-contained RV’s and motor homes i.e. RV’s or motor homes, that are self-sufficient i.e. not needing power or water. Waste dumping and water can be arranged through the “Farm Shed” Museum & Tourist Centre on Mines Road, Kadina.
Bookings for sites are made at “The Farm Shed” Museum & Tourist Centre on Mines Road, Kadina.
Short term only—available to the public 51 weeks out of 52 excepting the 3rd week in August.
Two Community Organisations currently use the Kadina showgrounds:
"Copper Coast Woodworkers Club" who use two outer buildings, housing woodworking machines for regular use, and welcome any new members who like to dabble in all forms of woodworking. Contact Bob 8823 3634
"Copper Coast Table Tennis Association" use the Grandstand Pavilion.
Match nights each Wednesday from April to September. Contact the Secretary Lyndon 8821 2648 for further details.
Kadina A. H. & F. Show Society - have grounds & buildings available for hire:
Grandstand dining room & kitchen for small functions.
Exhibition Building has excellent acoustics for concerts and that old style charm for weddings.
Garage sales are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month from September to April.
Contact 0474 720 716 re: booking sites. (Due to storm damage late 2021 to our main exhibition hall these sales have been temporarily suspended until repairs are completed)
We host two major events each year:
Swap Meet - Sunday of the long weekend in June
Copper Coast Annual 2 day show - 3rd week on Saturday & Sunday in August.
The Kadina Agricultural, Horticultural & Floricultural Society Inc.
“SHOWCASING THE COPPER COAST COMMUNITY”