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The show used to have so much atmosphere this year would have to be worse than even last year were there 7 hours with our kids and grandkids , sit around the arena at lunch time for hour and a half excited grandkids when monster...More
With my job and living in Melbourne I regularly attend Expos and a Trade Shows so I am used to noisy crowds,especially those with tired and bored children screaming not to be dragged around endless rows of baby products....and oh, the frustrations of the pram...More
I visited the Showground yesterday to visit the Perth Royal Show. It's a pretty big showground with plenty of amenities and everything you need at the show.
You'd really only visit the showground to see an event or show - not really a tourist attraction...More
Went for the first time in about 5 years. What a rip off 6dollars for toddlers rides and some you have to pay for a parent as well. No where as many displays as before. Show bags are smaller contents and more expensive. Food is...More
Yearly event and always fantastic. Lots of entertainment and educational activities for kids and adult . Cooking demonstration, food tasting, animal farm and show bags. Plenty of rides. And food van with plenty of choices. It was drizzled the day we went but it doesn't...More
Went for the first time in years in 2015. The current offering is well past its use by date. The grounds lack appeal as do the food options. The fixed stands (including food stands) are dusty and dirty. Old rusting items from past years left...More
Oh how I love the Royal Show and I can't wait for it to happen in a few weeks time. Meanwhile I totally agree with another reviewer that it's a shame there aren't more events here. It's a great hotch potch of buildings and grand...More
I have to say that the Royal Show is the winner so far when it comes to events being staged at the Claremont Showground. Every inch of turf covered, every booth filled, every advertising hoarding plastered with offerings.
The Royal Show is an annoying ritual...More
The showgrounds are best known for the Royal show, of course, but three times a year there is the biggest and the best wholly indoor craft, vintage and antiques market. I haven't heard of a bigger one anywhere in Australia. There are over 300 stalls...More