It’s Time To Get Show Ready for Brookfield Show 2022!

The Brookfield Show, Brisbane’s biggest little country show that celebrates the very best of regional and metro agriculture, has returned and will kick off with the Brookfield Show Ball, a night of fun, laughter, and plenty of dancing! 

2022 Brookfield Show Ball

Who doesn’t love an excuse to don their party finery and enjoy a celebration with friends and family? Scheduled a week prior to the Brookfield Show 2022, the Brookfield Show Ball is always a massive hit, so be part of it and kick your heels up!

Brookfield Show Ball
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Expect a whole lot of fun, laughter, and plenty of dancing at this stand-up cocktail-style ball. Don’t worry, there will be plenty of seats and tables around the place too!

Date & Time: Saturday 7th May at 7:00 p.m.
Location: Top Field at the Brookfield Showgrounds. Near the Art Pavilion (where the markets are currently held).
Dress code: Formal & Fabulous!

Tickets are $150 and includes gourmet food and drinks. The premium Ab.Fab Caterers will be serving canapés and a buffet as the main meal. Beverages include beer, wine, sparkling and non-alcoholic drink, with Champagne on arrival.

Entertainment for the evening is brought to you by the action-packed country duo Route 33. These guys always impress with their energetic sets.

2022 Brookfield Show

The 2022 Brookfield Show is scheduled for 13-15 May and this year is going to be bigger and better than ever! Many locals are working hard behind the scenes to ensure the landmark event delivers everything and more to the community, with some new exciting entertainment planned.

The roving silt walkers blowing bubbles will be back, plus the Mask Trio Family of the comedic Lollypop Ladies, the English Bobbies, and the Tamborine Band – helping to give everyone some light relief and a giggle or two!

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There will be lots of fun rides for the children, showbags, the baby animal patting area, and many competitions to check out including the guinea pig races and horse show jumping. The woodchop arena is always a showstopper too!

Traditional competitions will continue to thrive at this year’s show with Needle Crafts & Patchwork being back after a three-year hiatus and Cookery too. So it’s time to start painting, knitting, baking, and planting in advance to prepare entries.

Check out Art; Needle Crafts & Patchwork; Cookery; Horses and Horticulture. Other competitions, such as Guinea Pigs and Woodchop will be released shortly so please keep checking the website for updates, subscribe to the newsletter and follow them on Facebook. 

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Plenty of food options will be available, including many new food vendors, such as Sorella & Co and The Italian Stallion Gourmet Pizza.

Local businesses, not-for-profit, and community groups will also have their usual stands to say g’day to Show attendees and share what they do.

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Night entertainment will include the ever-popular Rodeo and live bands on stage whilst The Brookfield Bar will be open serving beverages for the Show to continue into nightfall.

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Gates open from 9: a.m. and close at 11:30 p.m. (8:30 a.m. entry on 13th) at 550 Brookfield Rd, Brookfield.

The full Entertainment schedule is being finalised and will be released soon.
Please contact Rebecca Petrie (Marketing Manager) for any further details.
Ph: 0401 28 29 59. Email:

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Source: Media Releases from the Brookfield Show Society

Brooky Bite Nite Returns to Brookfield With a Movie Date for the Entire Family

Eat, drink, and be merry! ‘Brooky Bite Nite’ returns to The Brookfield Bar at the Brookfield Showgrounds every first Friday of the month, with live music and even a family-friendly film showcase.

Happening on Friday, 1 April 2022, Brooky Bite Nite will kick off at 5:30 p.m. with sumptuous comfort food from Carlos Tacos and BBQ Roadshow whilst an ice cream truck will also be around to sell delightful cold treats for dessert.  

At 6:30 p.m., a presentation of the film “Little Vampires” will be underway at the showgrounds, where guests may also enjoy a BYO picnic. Brookfield Show Society in conjunction with Pullenvale Ward Councillor, Greg Adermann, planned this event with the support of the Lord Mayor’s Community Fund in time for the end of Term 1. Bring the kids for a family movie date and some socialisation with friends.  

“Litte Vampires” is a story of an 8-year-old boy who tries to save his young vampire friend and his family from a ruthless vampire hunter.

The whole community is welcome to come along and enjoy a wind down for the week . Non-members are definitely welcome and encouraged to visit.

Family-friendly, it’s the perfect way to wind down and welcome the weekend whilst enjoying the vistas across the oval. The Brookfield Bar is your community bar to catch up with old mates and make new ones too!

A Test Of Endurance: Kokoda Challenge In Brisbane 2018 Kicks Off At The Brookfield Showgrounds

Challenge yourself and bring your loved ones with you as you take this year’s Kokoda Challenge in Brisbane.

On 2 June, starting at 12:00 a.m., the event will kick off at the Brookfield Showgrounds and will end the next day, 3 June at exactly 11:59 p.m.

If you think you have what it takes or if you want to honour the Kokoda Spirit, choose from 48km, 30km, and 15km events and go experience the city’s toughest terrains whilst you put your endurance to the test.

The 48km event will kick off at 7:00 a.m. with a 24-hour limit, whilst the 30km and 15km events will start at 8:00 a.m. with a nine-hour limit.

Starting at the Brookfield Showgrounds, participants will make their way to the McAfee’s Lookout before they go back to the showgrounds. They will return via D’Aguilar National Park.

The minimum age to join the 48km and 30km events is 13 years old or those who will be turning 13 this year whilst the minimum age requirement for the 15km event is 10 years old. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Gather up your team of 2,3, or 4 and make sure you have a Support Crew ready. Your crew will be there for you at one out of six checkpoints on the 48km course.

The Kokoda Challenge is established in 2004 by the Kokoda Youth Foundation, a charity founded by a Vietnam war veteran Doug Henderson OAM.

The event is created to fund participants for the youth programs. The Kokoda Challenge Youth Program (KCYP) is a 14-month program that is dedicated to teach young people make choices, fail, and flourish.