The IGA Perth Royal Show is back for 8 days of royally good value – Saturday 23 to Saturday 30 September.
We are yearly regulars to the IGA Perth Royal Show, our first stop was to collect our IGA Follow the Yellow Brick Road showbag as it includes lots of free activities, discounts, and competitions. On Tuesday 26 September the IGA Follow the Yellow Brick Road showbag is half price.
There is so much FREE entertainment for the whole family, with over 55 shows daily there is something for everyone! A couple of favourites for our family were;
The Racing & Driving Pigs – daily shows at various times near Gate 8.
Sam Powers – Jaws of Death – daily at 6pm at The Plaza.
D-Max Precision Driving – daily at 1.10pm and 7.30pm on the Main Arena.
There are so many animals to see, pat and cuddle at the IGA Perth Royal Show;
Petstock Animal Nursery, limited access with a pram, although pram parking is available.
Sheep, Shearing & Wool Pavilion.
Creatures Great and Small Pavilion, this was definitely a highlight – emus, camels, alpacas, goats, rabbits, pigs and chicks. One of the lovely ladies looking after the baby chicks pulled one out and brought it to show my two boys outside the pen in their pram – which I thought was really lovely!
There is so much to see and do in one day, we didn’t make it to the Dog Pavilion, Cat Pavilion, Poultry Pavilion or Cattle Lane Walk.
Another great free activity is the Police Exhibition – little miss loved jumping on a police motorbike for a photo, there is a police car also available for a photo opportunity. Daily Constable Care shows at 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm.
Funky Monkey Bars have a great setup near the Wood Chop Arena, kids are able to have a play for free.
There is a free train that takes you around the show grounds, route and stops can be seen on the map.
If you are a foodie definitely head to the Taste WA tent where you’ll find award-winning WA foods, a bar, cooking demonstrations and a free Channel 9 Family Food Fight photo booth – which of course my daughter could not resist!
Adrenaline junky or not Sideshow Alley is pretty impressive, prices range from $6 to $20. After some Bumper Cars and taking my oldest on the Splash Down we headed to Kiddie Land near Gate 10 to take advantage of the 2 for 1 kids rides, tickets must be purchased between 3pm – 4pm, tickets are then valid until 7pm – for $30 we had 10 rides.
You can’t go to the Perth Royal Show without trying your luck at the carnival games.
Showbags are of course very popular, prices range from $4 to $125. We tried to make our visit to the show fun for the kids but budget friendly so both older children were given a ‘showbag budget’ before we arrived at the show.
Again making our visit budget friendly we opted to bring our own food and drinks for the day – saying that we couldn’t resist buying some donuts! There are lots of food options available around the show.
I noticed many outlets had EFTPOS, there are also lots of ATMs at different locations around the show.
There is a Mother’s Room marquee equipped with change tables, microwave, tables & chairs, and couches located near the main arena.
The night time entertainment at the Perth Royal Show is amazing!
Dance of the Drones, daily at 7.15pm on the Main Arena.
D-Max Precision Driving – daily at 7.30pm on the Main Arena.
Fireworks Spectacular – daily at 8pm on the Main Arena. Hands down the best fireworks display I have seen!
Tickets prices at the gate;
Adult, $30 (after 5pm $20)
Child, $15 (after 5pm $10)
Concession $16 (after 5pm $12)
Family (2 Adults & 2 Children or 1 Adult & 4 Children) $75
Thursday 28 September half price kids tickets. Friday 29 September half price seniors day.
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