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2020 event cancelled and list the new dates: April 16 and 17 2021

East Gippsland Field Days

East Gippsland Field Days 2020

It's with a very heavy heart that the East Gippsland Field Days Committee has had to cancel the 2020 event due to Government restrictions surrounding COVID-19.

We understand this decision will bring much angst and despair to many of our exhibitors who rely on field days, markets and fairs to trade. It has not been an easy decision, but at the end of the day it has been taken out of our hands.

Our band of volunteers who work year round to bring this event to life are all feeling deflated, but we will pull together and make sure we bring a bigger and brighter event to you all in 2021 - the community will certainly be calling for it!

We would like to give you two opportunities moving forward:

* Seek a full refund of your deposit or fees (as paid) to be refunded to your bank account
* Leave your deposit or full fees in place to secure an early booking for 2021 (you will be exempt from any fee rise in 2021)

If you wish to receive a refund please return this email with the following details:

Business Name:
Contact Name:
Contact Phone Number:
BSB:
Account Number:

Please take care and we hope to see you all in 2021 or possibly sooner as we may look at running a separate event in November. We shall keep you all posted on this. Our 2021 dates will be April 16 and 17.

Regards

Sue-Ellen Latham
Event Manager
East Gippsland Field Days



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The Biggest Event on the East Gippsland Calendar

  • 2020 dates: April 17 and 18, 2020
  • Bairnsdale Aerodrome
  • Exhibitors go to the Exhibitor Info page to register
east gippsland field days guide SponsorsEast Gippsland Field Days is proud to announce its joint naming rights sponsors for 2019 are Gold FM East Gippsland and Evans Petroleum. We thank both businesses for their invaluable support and look forward to working with them in the lead up to our 2019 event

 

With over 350 exhibitor spaces and numerous quality promotions at the Field Days, around 8 – 10,000 visitors are attracted to the event each year, most of them on the lookout for new products, services and information.

East Gippsland encompasses a diverse range of agricultural and rural industries. It possesses agricultural holdings of some 750,000 ha based around beef, wool, dairy, vegetables and cropping, is seeing a growth in emerging enterprises such as flower growing and viticulture, and has a strong hobby and part time farming population. The region is also home to Australia’s largest fishing fleet, a major timber industry producing 25% of Victoria’s hardwood output, as well as expanding tourism, manufacturing and retail sectors.

It is clear that East Gippsland has significant equipment, product and service needs, and so there are many good reasons to be an exhibitor. For the visitor, the opportunity to see a vast range of products in one location presents itself but once a year, here at the East Gippsland Field Days. An iconic event on the East Gippsland calendar proudly run by the Lindenow Lions Club since its inception in 1986.

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