Sydney Royal Easter ShowPerformance & Event Venue in Sydney, Australia
Couldn’t find a Dagwood dog when necessary,
It’s all well and good to slow people getting into showbag hall etc with barriers but once inside it’s an absolute mess on par with a mosh pit just had to drop the shoulder and march on through, apologies to Glenda who’s still picking herself up next to her Wizz Fizz show bag.
Turn the damn water fountain on, deadset 36 odd degrees out there and only a few mist fans blowing that’s not going to prevent my chafe or ball sweat....
Also please tell the one horned little black and white billy goat that he is a little bastard, angriest goat � going round.
Your Sunday show guide only showed one FMX show at 8.35pm not the 12.35 one luckily through the drowning sounds of carnival music we heard the throttle clapping of the 250cc 2 stroke though unfortunat
Public Transport - Train ran smoothly
Kids had a good day
My wife now knows that a bull is just a male cow so thank you for that.
• Friendly staff
• Lots to see and do
• Plenty of choice for food
• Lots for little kids to enjoy
• Far too expensive!
• Long queues for ladies toilets (just give us more cubicles than the men already!!!
• No water refill stations - this should be a standard at all events.
• If you have a little kid as we did you have to pay for a second seat on a ride...eve
We found the reptile showing only to wait 20 minutes for the crocodil...e/
Went to get show bags to have only one person working behind the counter slower then a snail!
Then we go to watch the afternoon shows only to find that there is no where for people with prams to sit! You have spots for disabled people but nothing for those with prams. How this is a family friendly event is beyond me.
Your staff or volunteers
We went in expecting it to be "much of the same" and were going to leave about 5pm. After looking at the event map handed ...out on the day we decided "meh let's wait around till the end and check it out". I'm so glad we did.
The circus spectacula
I thought the fireworks at the end of the night were fantastic as well.
All in all a really enjoyable day, and I'd consider coming back again.
Though one thing I must comment on, we couldn't find at Advance Dog Park or Baby Puppy Competitio
Getting around was a nightmare so many people just shoving and pushing. Maybe putting arrows on the ground directing so foot traffic flows better.
I reported it nothing was found of course and as the show was ending I found... it very hard to contact anyone and got no calls back.
Every year as the Easter show time comes its an exciting time but I will never forget that incident. It's easy to take your eyes off things when having fun
accept at the dog pavilion..
Positives and advice: ...
$2 cheese toastee stands around the show, cheap eating.
Nice and cool inside the pavillions
Go in the morning and leave before 8pm to avoid the chaos
Some, not all, but many of the public toilets were filthy. I found a couple in certain areas that people obviously didnt know about, we went back to use them.
Food Prices - extortion.
Rides - forcing adult to use tickets for themselves
Showbags, seems like less variety go to the pavilion early to avoid the arvo rush.
Some of the pavillions
Kids always enjoy looking at the police cars, and fire trucks, but the police stand only had a motorbike this year, and the fire station doors were closed.
If you want to watch anything in main arena and have a pram or stroller good luck. All the elderly in wheel chairs and scooters take up the top seats, so impossible
Dont go on the water plume ride. Waste of tickets for 1 splash down.
Dont know why the ride operators only take tickets. If the dodgy games arcades can take cash, ride operators should be able to. Many of the ticket booths closed early.
Was a disgrace to see all the recycling and waste being put into the same bin by event cleaners. ...
Wood chopping was good.
The night entertainm
What a whirlwind of a year! With 7,000 exhibitors, 15,000 animals and over 780,000 showgoers, this year saw a celebration of Australia's agriculture, bringing the country and city together. Here are the 2018 Sydney Royal Easter Show highlights. #myeastershow
The 2018 Sydney Royal Easter Show has come to an end. This year we saw over 780,000 enter the gates and enjoy everything the Show has to offer. Planning and prep for next years Show is already underway and we can't wait to see you again in 2019! #myeastershow