June 19, 2013
It’s going to be very busy at the Goomeri Showgrounds on June 28-29 with the annual Goomeri Beef Bonanza being held again in conjunction with the South Burnett Sub-Chamber Finals.
The Sub-Chamber finals are the culmination of the year’s show circuit.
The South Burnett’s very best will be selected to represent the region at this year’s Brisbane Ekka.
Competitions will be held on June 28-29 for
The weekend will commence at 4:30pm on Friday (June 28) with the judging of the Young Judges and Paraders for Goomeri and then a special Twilight Heifer Show.
On Saturday (June 29), the judging of all the classes in the Goomeri Beef Bonanza will take place. This will see some of the very best Stud Cattle competing for $4000 worth of prizes.
Judging will begin at 9:30am at the conclusion of the Stud Beef Young Judges, Young Paraders and Prime Beef Young Judges (which starts at 7:30am).
The shine and polish of the State Ute Muster Series will be judged at 10:00am.
The prestigious Miss Showgirl and Rural Ambassador Awards will also be conducted on the day. Their interviews will take place in the afternoon at Boonara Homestead and the winners will be announced at the Presentation Dinner to be held at the Goomeri Hall of Memory on Saturday night.
The winner of the Dark Rich Fruit Cake Competition will also be announced at the dinner after judging has taken place at the hall.
The Presentation Dinner is open to the public. Cost is $25 per person for a three-course meal.
Tickets must be purchased before June 22.
Food and drink will also be available on the Friday night and all day Saturday at the showgrounds.
For further information regarding any of the events, or to book tickets for the dinner, phone Lyle Hasselbach on (07) 4168-4816 after hours.