All Forms below have been created as templates for all members to adapt to their individual show requirements.
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Information Statements have been created to give our Members easily accessable information to assist in running their shows or be compliant as association.
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Queensland Ag Shows and all affiliated Agricultural Societies is required to hold Public Liablity insurance to conduct their annual show and associated events.
For organisations working with affiliated Agricultural Societies, Certificates of Currency are available by contacting the Secretary of the associated Show Society.
Our Agricultural Show Societies will require Certificates of Currency from all contractors and third parties working with or utilising Show Society facilities.
Queensland Ag Shows also require all affiliated Show Societies to ensure competitors in high risk events acknowledge their participation in such events by way of a waiver and disclaimer form.
All Fact Sheets below have been created as additional information to assist our members with running the best Agricultural Show possible.
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Information regarding Queenslands Liquor Licensing Requirements can be found on the Queensland Government Website
The first meeting of the Showmen’s Guild in Australia was convened in Orange, NSW in 1908. The Showmen’s Guild of Australasia (the SGA) was registered under the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act, 1904-1926 on 7 February 1927 in Melbourne, as an “Organization of Employers in connection with the Showmen’s Industry.” The SGA proudly celebrated their centenary throughout 2008 with the theme, “100 NOT OUT”. All their members are eagerly looking forward to a strong and exciting future for the Showmen’s Industry.
Further information about the SGA can be found on the Showmen’s Guild of Australasia website.
The Showmen’s Club
4 Turner Avenue
Yatala, Qld, 4207
Phone: (07) 3807 0011
Facsimile: (07) 3807 0730
Email : email@example.com
The SGA are proud to offer their “Traditional Showmen Lines” which refers to products they have exclusive rights to sell. This includes: fairy floss, dagwood dogs, waffles, doughnuts, toffee apples, snow cones and cordial based drinks; toys and novelties including dolls on sticks, inflatable and soft plush toys.
Further information on this can be found in the Memorandum of Understanding in the list below.
2022 Queensland Ag Shows State Final Information will not be released until each Sub Chamber Final has been completed and the respective Sub Chamber representatives determined. The closing date for notification of Sub Chamber representatives is 30 June.