Information | Opportunities | Networking

Show Day Toolkit Preparing for Success

Days to go

14th – 16th January 2022 

Bundaberg Multiplex Sport & Convention Centre 


Queensland Ag Shows is the peak organisation for agricultural shows, and represent 129 Agricultural Shows throughout Queensland. Our role is to promote, represent, develop, and support our Shows to deliver their annual Show. As a part of this development and support we conduct the biennial Queensland Ag Shows Conference for our Members.

The Queensland Ag Shows Conference is organised by our Next Generation Committee on our behalf, providing them with valuable event management skills.

The Queensland Ag Shows Conference attracts delegates from across the state representing 129 Shows and incorporating 15000 volunteers state-wide. We have chosen Bundaberg as the destination for this Conference with the aim of supporting all 11 Sub-Chambers by taking our events throughout Queensland so that our members get to experience what the whole of Queensland has to offer.

In line with the conference theme “Show Day Toolkit – Preparing For Success” the Conference program has been developed to provide the tools that our Shows require to present their annual Show. The ‘Taste of Bundaberg’ Tour has been developed as an add on event including visits to local Bundaberg landmarks, growers and cultural sites to allow those arriving early in Bundaberg to experience the local attractions of the town and also enjoy a casual catch-up with other attendees pre-conference.

The Queensland Ag Shows Conference provides an excellent networking opportunity that allows your Shows to share information and build relationships that will be of benefit to your Show through a range of speakers, presentations, workshops and panels as well as social events including the Friday Welcome BBQ and Official Opening and the Saturday night Gala Dinner event (both included in General Admission Conference ticket). The 2022 Queensland Ag Shows Conference will be our 12th biennial Conference. 

Hosted by