The Show With a View
As a member you not only get your two day pass to attend the show but you also get discounts throughout the year to all of our events.
And at the show you can submit as many entries to the Pavillion as you want free of charge.
Whether you're a family or a single, the Kiama Show Membership is great value.
EXHIBIT AT THE SHOW
With 1,700 Pavilion categories to choose from, including many junior ones, there's something for everyone. There's handcrafts, flowers, baking, photography and many other options to show off your best work.
VISIT THE SHOW
There's something for everyone at the Show. From the traditional horse and cattle events to the Pavilion exhibtion, woodchop, interactive games and activities, the sideshow, and the Fireworks spectacular.
You don't have to be a Show Member to volunteer. Being a Show Member may be great value but you don't have to be one to help out. We always appreciate any help you can offer so get in touch if you're interested on bringing man hours or a unique skill to the team!
170 YEARS OF TRADITION
Established on 24th November 1848, the Kiama Show Society is one of the oldest Agricultural Show Societies still in existence in Australia. It is one of the five oldest in NSW. It's even older than Kiama Municipal Council!
The Kiama Agricultural and Horticultural Show Society formed in 1848 and held here first show in February 1849 at the Fitzroy Inn. Our community and our Show has gone through many changes since then, but what remains constant is that the Kiama Show is a great family event.
BECOME A SHOWGIRL
Becoming a Showgirl is you chance to represent the community locally and at state level. It teaches leadership skills, public speaking and poise under pressure. So if you or someone you want to know is interested click bellow. Competition is open to women from 18 to 25 years old.
OUR LONGEST RUNNING COMMUNITY EVENT
Did you know that the Kiama Show Society is 11 years older than our Municipal Council?
Held continually since being established in 1848, 2021 will be our 173rd Show.
The history of the Show is the history of our community, through its roots in the agricultural and dairy industries, closely following its growth and development and today reflecting the diversified activities taking place in our region.