The 2017 Glencore Singleton Show Schedule is now available.

ASC Waivers

ASC Waiver for Singleton Show





Cooking, Handcraft, Horticulture & Woodwork

The Cooking, Handcraft, Horticulture and Woodwork Schedule includes:

Photography & Fine Arts

Animal and Livestock



  • Section 48 - Young Farmers Challenge â€‹

    • Saturday 22nd September commencing at 4.30pm with the first heat, second heat will held at 7.50pm, final will take place after the second heat. (Entrants must arrive 10minutes prior to the heat/final) Ages 18-35
    • Teams of fours - must have atleast one male or female.
    • Click here for more details. 
    • Young Farmers Challenge Entry Form 
  • Section 49 - Crawfords Transport 2018  Australian Wife Carrying Titles

    • The 2018 Australian Wife Carrying Titles will be held on Saturday September 22, 2018 at approximately 4pm* (*time subject to change by N.A.A.) at the Singleton Showground.
    • First Prize 

    • The winning duo of the Australian Wife Carrying Titles at the 2018 Singleton Show will win a chance to represent Australia at the World Wife Carrying Titles in Finland* in July 2019!
  • Conditions Apply.

Criteria which must be met to be eligible for the first prize:

  • At least one member of your team to be an Australian Citizen

  • Both Team Members must be 18 years and over

  • The person being carried race weight is to be 49kg or over

  • If your carrying weight is less than 49kg you must bring your own weights to bring your carrying weight up to the 49kg mark.

  • Be the fastest time including penalties

  • Teams must consist of a male and female





  • Section 50 - Showgirl

    • The Singleton Showgirl Competition aims to find a young female Ambassador for Singleton and the agricultural show movement.  The winning Showgirl will be required to attend many official and informal duties locally, such as the Australia Day Ceremony, public speaking throughout the year and presenting prizes for winners in agricultural events.
    • The Showgirl Competition is definitely not a beauty pageant.  Entrants must have a genuine interest in, and knowledge of, their local community, Singleton. The Competition encourages the participation and awareness of issues faced by women in rural communities.
    • Contestants are judged on personality, confidence, ambition and life goals, general knowledge, rural knowledge, presentation and speech.  Finalists must also demonstrate knowledge of their local community and current affairs.  In addition to their potential ambassadorial qualities, contestants are also judged on their involvement in and experience of rural affairs.
    • Today, contestants continue to be young rural women with purpose and ambition and the Competition plays a significant role in the overall development of rural youth, attracting strong support from entrants, sponsors and organisers.  
    • The Singleton Showgirl winner will compete in the Group 3, Hunter River Zone (comprising Bulahdelah, Cessnock, Dungog, Gosford, Gresford, Maitland, Merriwa, Morisset, Muswellbrook, Newcastle, Singleton, Stroud). The winner of Zone goes on to compete at the Sydney Royal. 
    • 2018 Singleton Showgirl Entry Form  

2017 Singleton Showgirl, Abbie Caelli 

"I have watched the Singleton Showgirl from a young age and started to understand its importance and value. I discovered that the event is not only an opportunity to become an ambassador for our local show but also to show leadership and be a strong role model for younger local women".

  • Section 51 -Demolition Derby: Rear Wheel Drive Only

  • Section 52 - Moorefield Plant Local Camp Draft

  • Section 53 - Keith Sylvester Memorial Cut Out

    • Friday 22nd September Commences 5pm
    • PIC Number required on waiver form
    • Cut Out Entry Form
  • Section 54 - Working Dog Trials



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