Entering the Competition


Before You Enter

Please ensure that you read the terms and conditions set out in the RAS General Regulations, the 2016 Poultry & Pigeon Schedule and the conditions detailed in each Application for Entry. Please ensure that you have read these documents.

Email the Poultry & Pigeon Coordinator for more information, or to be added to the Exhibitor mailing list for the 2017 Show.




A Competition Schedule is the rule book that governs each Competition. The Poultry & Pigeon Schedule  tells you everything you need to know about the Poultry & Pigeon Competitions. Available online as a PDF document, the Schedule lists entry fees, closing dates, delivery details, conditions of entry, prizes and much more. It is important that you read the Schedule carefully before entering any Poultry & Pigeon Competition.


The 2017 Sydney Royal Poultry & Pigeon Show Schedule will be available later in the year

Please be aware the Schedule is subject to change and we suggest Exhibitors regularly check the website for updates.



Enter Online

Entries for 2017 will open later in the year





Offline Entries



Click here to download the Pigeon Vaccination Declaration Form



Steggles Schools' Meat Bird Pairs Competition

This Competition is mainly be based around a trial of growing a batch of Commercial Meat Bird chickens supplied to your school.

This trial will take place over a period of approximately 42 days prior to the commencement of the Show.
Over this period of time records must be kept on the progress of these trials. These records must contain the following details:

1. Survivability = number of day old chicks acquired – total mortality as a %
2. Average Body Weight = Total body weight / number of birds.
3. Feed Conversion = Total feed used (kg) total body weight.
4. Average Age = Age of chicks at day zero (day of hatch). Day trial completed.

Please click here to download a copy of a sample worksheet for your School to base its trials upon. A prize will be given for the best submission in this area.



Hy-Line Brown School Egg Laying Competition 

The Competition has three main elements.  They are as follows:

1. Presentation of Exhibits.
2. Egg Laying Competition.
3. Project Competition.


Schools should select their best three (3) pullets for entry into the Competition.
Representatives for the Commercial industry have been appointed to Judge these birds to the requirements of the Egg laying industry.


Eggs will be collected on an accumulative basis for the first ten (10) days of the Show. Eggs will be collected each day and placed in a carton in a display cabinet. On Saturday 26 March 2016, the eggs will be judged using normal egg judging criteria. However, the number of eggs produced will not be part of the awards assessment. This is to encourage schools to possibly choose pure bred fowls for their project.


A worksheet will be provided as a guideline for students to complete or create their own record of performance.
Each Project will be judged by a representative from the commercial industry.


Please click here to download the Hy-Line School Egg Laying Competition Worksheet.

RAS News
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11 Sep 2015 
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23 Jul 2015 
Following extensive consultation with exhibitors and industry stakeholders, the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) has announced that from 2016, the Sydney Royal Wine Show will move from February to July.

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05 Jun 2015 

Register for competition updates with the Coordinator below:


Kerry Pearce
Poultry & Pigeon Competitions & Events
(02) 9704 1270