Sydney Royal Pig Show

The Sydney Royal is one of the largest and most prestigious Pig Shows in Australia.  Held in the Paddington Pavilion, the Sydney Royal Pig Show competition and its facilities are world class. 

 

Pigs were exhibited at the first Sydney Royal Easter Show in 1858 and the pig competition has been held at nearly every show since.  Pig breeds exhibited include Berkshire, Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace, Large Black, Large White, Tamworth and Wessex Saddleback.

 

Exhibitors that compete at the Sydney Royal Pig Show are often from small family-based Stud farms who uphold and value the traditions of genetic breeding and trueness to bloodlines with the utmost importance.

  

Sydney Royal Easter Show dates for the 2016 Show: 17 March - 30 March 2016

Entering the Competition
Use this link to enter online and find out about fees and closing dates > more
Download Schedule
The Sydney Royal Pig Schedule contains all the information you need > more
View Results
See the results from previous Sydney Royal Pig Competitions > more
Timetables
Important information for all Exhibitors > more

RAS News
Queensland company Pacific Reef Fisheries has beaten some of Australia’s most famous fine food and wine producers to be named the best of the best in 2015 by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS).

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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:

 

Vic Lee
Coordinator 
Pig Competitions & Events
(02) 9704 1211
piggoat@rasnsw.com.au