Rotary Field Day
Updated: Feb 27, 2019
Every 2 years the Rotary Club holds the award winning Field Days. It is the largest community event on the tablelands, and it's all for charity! It is well worth a visit, and has been running for excess of 20 years, there are over 400 sites to visit and the exhibitors and attendees come from all over the country.
As mentioned this is all done for charity and is run by volunteers, All of the profit is distributed back into the community for local and international charities. Rotary has many international projects such as the irradiation of polio world wide, literacy and numeracy, mental health etc.
- Tractor Pull - Quad Bike rescue & safety demonstration - 4WD vehicle safety demonstration - Innovations pavilion - Horse & Dog demonstrations - Health & Wellbeing Pavilion - Venomous snake pit - Farmers Dinner - Kids Area - Alfresco dining family area - Drone demonstations
May 2019 brings the next Rotary Field Day. The future farmers and innovation section will be ramped up in 2019 with the introduction of junior categories for primary and secondary school students. If you get a chance a visit to the field day is a must!
Check it out here- https://fnqfielddays.org.au