The Balingup Small Farm Field Day committee has developed this Web Site to assist you in getting the most value from our Field Day. The Field Day provides a wealth of information on many topics related to sustainable small farming, together with a huge range of Cottage Industry products. As the event has grown in size it has become more difficult for visitors to access their own particular requirements.
About this web site
This Web Site provides you with detailed information of the programme and the exhibitors in advance of the day. Exhibitor information for the current year is posted progressively from the beginning of stall allocations in February until final addition of late entries just prior to the Field Day.
A detailed map is provided so that you can relate the exhibitor list to the actual location allocated to each exhibitor.
The Programme of Events (entertainment, farm visits, demonstrations, speakers, etc.) will be posted in early March of each year along with booking and other information for that year.
This Web Site will retain the current year's information after the event so that visitors can review what they've seen at the Field Day. This will assist the large number of people that see something on the day to follow up on it when they later need it.
It is amazing the number of people that 'phone (months or years after the Field Day - when their chooks die) looking for poultry they have seen at the Field Day!
Hours: Gates open to the general public at 9:00 am and close at 4:30 pm.
Parking: Free parking is available in paddocks on either side of the SW Highway, immediately adjacent to the main entrance, and also off Walter Road.
||Students (13 - 17 years)
||Children (12 years and under)
For information about the location of activities ask at any of the gates, or at the Information Desk (near the Tennis Courts).
Profits from the Balingup Small Farm Field Day help finance Community Projects identified by the Balingup Progress Association, Inc. as being worthy of support.
For general information on Balingup visit the websites of the Balingup Progress Association and the Balingup & Districts Tourism Association.
Please Note: No Dogs Allowed
(They could frighten the Livestock on Display, even if on a leash!)
The Small Farm Field Day thanks the following sponsors