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The Kaitaia Show has been held each year since 1886. This makes it the oldest community organisation in the district.It was started as a way of supporting and encouraging rural activities, especially farming and that is a theme which continues today. The Kaitaia Show is held over the last weekend in February. The Saturday is always the day on which most of the action  happens but indoor exhibits are open to the public on Friday afternoon and usually there are sometimes equestrian activities on the Sunday.The Kaitaia Show has always provided a place where commercial displays can be seen. Everything from water filters to huge tractors will be on display and what would a show be without hot dogs, candyfloss and  lots of food?The Kaitaia Show is a great place for the family. It is value for money and something new is always some where on the grounds.

Welcome,  Haere Mai.  Dobra Dosli.

The Kaitaia Show is the "Top" A & P show in the country.

   A great place to take the whole family.

Kaitaia & Districts A & P Association

INDOOR SECTION

Friday 23rd February 2018

In the Hall at the Te Ahu Centre

 


OUTDOOR ENTRIES CLOSE

 Friday 16th February 2018



2018 Admission Charges

Adults:  $5.00

Children 5yrs - 16yrs:  $2.00

Children under 5yrs:  Free

Cars:  No Charge


Community organisations often use the show as somewhere to show their activities. Along with those displays there will always be entertainment.


Equestrian competitions, dairy and beef cattle, sheep, pets, small animals, poultry competition and pony rides all contribute to the rural atmosphere.


Axemen's carnivals, Rodeo events and the Bucking Bull have all been major attractions and those or similar attractions will be programmed in future shows.

 A & P Show dates: 23rd and 24th February 2018



2018 Show Dates

23rd and 24th  FEBRUARY

Updated Schedules can be downloaded

HERE

Website Updated

11-09-17

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