Mudgeeraba Show Society Inc
The Mudgeeraba Show Society is a volunteer run, not for profit charity organisation who, through its annual Mudgeeraba Agricultural Show, showcases the rural and pastoral roots of our community. The Mudgeeraba Show Society seeks to preserve and perpetuate the heritage and grassroots values that agricultural shows collectively bring to our Australian communities.
On a year round basis, we also serve our community by offering our hire venue facilities to both private and corporate clients. We also make available to the public a free and safe recreational area amidst the beautiful greenspace which is the Mudgeeraba Showgrounds.
We encourage and support an array of community organisations that offer a
window into the rich tapestry of our past, such as our local Woodturners, Spinners and Weavers, the Country Women’s Association and the Light Horse Education Museum
We are one of 129 agricultural show societies in Queensland and 580 throughout Australia. As part of the agricultural show fraternity, we are a voice and advocate for agriculture in Australia, past, present and in the future. We also serve to showcase the role of importance the Australian farmer plays in our economy and community.
The Mudgeeraba Show started as a small Fete and Flower Show, first run in 1928 to raise money for improvements to the Mudgeeraba Memorial Hall.It was to be an annual event, held in the hall and on the fields behind known as the Woodlands. It grew to include Horse sports and games, handicrafts and school exhibits.
Thousands of people visit us on the last weekend in June to celebrate our rich agricultural heritage where Country meets the Gold Coast.