The Murwillumbah Show is held at the Murwillumbah Showground and is now one of the oldest continually running agricultural shows in Australia celebrating its 100th Show in the year 2000. The annual Murwillumbah Show is held on the first weekend of November.
Since 1951 the annual Murwillumbah Agricultural Show has provided the Tweed Shire community with great family entertainment, top level competition and a showcase of local products and services over two days. Approximately 15,000 people visit the Show each year with around 200 commercial exhibitors showcasing their products and services. We are hoping you will join us in making this a memorable event.
Identified as being in the top ten of the most desirable places to live in Australia, based on natural beauty, property values, welcoming locals and good infrastructure, the picturesque township of Murwillumbah is located in the centre of the stunning Tweed Valley on the far north coast of New South Wales, just 15 minutes from the pristine beaches of the Tweed Coast, 30 minutes south of the Gold Coast and 40 minutes north of Byron Bay. Tweed Shire covers 1,303 square kilometres and adjoins the NSW shires of Byron, Lismore and Kyogle, with the NSW/Queensland border to its north where it divides the twin towns of Tweed Heads and Coolangatta. The Tweed’s population is approximately 89,000. The population is estimated to reach more than 128,000 by 2031. Our diverse population is geographically spread between urban communities, coastal and rural towns and more than fifteen villages. Watched over by the awe inspiring majesty of Mt Warning, and surrounded by 5 World Heritage National Parks, the countryside around Murwillumbah is a blend of rolling green hills and gently flowing rivers, punctuated with pockets of sugar cane, banana plantations, hobby farms and small village communities.