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South East Field Days coming up fast

The South East Field Days are almost a month away, and the committee have been hard at work making sure that everything is in place for a fantastic event.

Yakka Park has been described as “clean and green” by Secretary Lyn Crosby, with the lawns all mowed, and the site’s facilities all up to an excellent standard.

“We hope to have a big crowd,” said Ms Crosby.

“We have extra attractions and each year we provide free entertainment, and this year all children are free.”

Adult entry is $15, and all of the gates will be operated by a different community organisation or club on the day. Every hour the Lucindale Lions Club will be paying the gate volunteers’ organisation.

There will be lucky gate coupons in the centre of the program.

The Field Days are owned and operated by the Lions Club, with the committee being a subdivision of the Club. Through the Field Days, the Lucindale Lions Club have so far donated $2.1 million dollars to charity.

There will be lots of car parking space, and mobility scooters for the elderly and infirm will be available for hire. Or, a complimentary bus will be touring the site on both days, so you can hop on or hop off.

Cold water will be free and available all day, and there will be plenty of shade and seating provided.

Some of the highly anticipated activities and displays include the Carlton Brewery Draught Horses, The Aussie FMX Show, the Caprice/Elders 2018 South Australian Yard Dog Championships, the South Australian Police Dixieland Band, Combined Schools Choir, the Can Am Team ‘Addicted to Mud’ stunts, and Presentations by the Limestone Coast Food Group.

The committee revealed that there will be bi-planes from Adelaide doing joy rides, and the Australian Travelling Fishing Show, which features a massive tank stuffed with water creatures.

The retro Fashion Parades are not to be missed, featuring genuine items from as far back as the 1940s from the Millicent Museum.

There are plenty of things for kids, with Top Putt Mini Golf, the Balharry Memorial Kindergarten’s Children’s Activity Tent, the Elders Scarecrow and Mailbox Competitions, and the Castec Billy Kart Competition.

There will also be plenty of cute animals, with Old McDonalds Animal Nursery and the Lucindale Engineering Puppy Pound.

The committee pride themselves on providing a wide variety of food at the Field Days.

As always there will be plenty of agricultural machinery on display across Yakka Park’s 45 hectares of land, and a variety of stall holders.

For more information about the Field Days you can visit their site: or ring Lyn Crosby on (08) 8766 7001.


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