The Riverina Field Days are heavily supported by our exhibitors, Griffith City Council and the community. You’ll be delighted at the vast array of farm machinery, products and services as well as unique sites from a huge variety of industries. The Riverina Field Days is a family friendly event with loads of kids attractions!
Quick Facts About The Riverina Field Days
-2 day event in May of each year
-5000 Visitors 2019 – 12,000 in 2021
-Over 200 Exhibitors
-1500 Facebook Likes
-Reasons to exhibit & attend
* Large variety of exhibitors & products
* Family friendly
* Highly positive visitor feedback
* Great networking community event
* Showcases the best in ag machinery products & services
*Supports our Ag industry and increases awareness of how important this region is
Directions & Information around the site
Our site office is located near the “Woodside Hall”. Here you’ll find our wonderful staff who can assist with any enquiries you may have and guide you to “what’s on”. Our Guide Book handed to you upon entry contains a site map and exhibitor listing
Parcel Pick up
We’ll pick up your goods and deliver to the nearest gate. Simply visit the Site Office to fill out a form and we’ll take care of the rest.
An ATM is located at the site office and most exhibitors offer EFT facilities.
There are toilets located around the Griffith Showgrounds as well as inside the Woodside Hall. Please refer to site map.
There are loads of choices for food and beverages. Our main food court in located near the main stage offering a vast array of cuisine. You’ll also discover many coffee stands, BBQ’s and other food vans amoungst exhibitors in the main arena
Griffith has numerous accommodation providers, please click here to view some suggestions.
How to get to Griffith?
Griffith NSW is centrally located, 450km north of Melbourne, 570km southwest of Sydney, 790km east of Adelaide and 350km west of Canberra.
Griffith is located on the Kidman Way touring route and on the Burley Griffin Way and is just off the Sturt and Newell Highways.
Burley Griffin Way is NSW state route 94 linking Canberra in the east to Griffith in the west. The route is named after Chicago architect Walter Burley Griffin, designer of the cities Canberra and Griffith, and neighbouring town Leeton. The route starts at Yass on the Hume Highway, and travels west through many towns and districts capturing a fabulous diversity of agriculture and produce.
The Kidman Way touring route travels north – south and takes you through the heart of NSW, starting at Jerilderie in the south and continuing to Barringun on the NSW/QLD border. The Kidman Way is a sealed route that links with the Matilda Highway travelling north through the centre of QLD to Longreach and beyond. This is a popular inland route offering wonderful outback scenery, history, vivid colours and big skies.
Pick up a Kidman Way Touring Guide from the Visitor Information Centre, or phone 1800 681 141 to have one posted to you.
Travel times to Griffith (via road)
- Albury (3 hours)
- Canberra (4 hours)
- Cobar (4 hours)
- Cobram (2 hours 30 minutes)
- Cowra (3 hours 30 minutes)
- Deniliquin (2 hours 30 minutes)
- Echuca (3 hours 30 minutes)
- Hay (1 hour 40 minutes)
- Mildura (4 hours 40 minutes)
- Orange (4 hours)
- Shepparton (3 hours)
- Swan Hill (3 hours 50 minutes)
- Tocumwal (2 hours)
- Wagga Wagga (2 hours)
Coach and Rail
Daily coach/rail services connect Griffith with Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney via NSW Train Link and V-Line. There’s also a weekly rail service that operates from Sydney to Griffith on a Saturday, returning on Sunday.
Fly into Griffith Airport
Griffith is well serviced by air from Sydney with Regional Express (REX) Airlines offering daily flights. See www.rex.com.au for schedules and booking information.
Griffith is now also serviced by EastWest Airlines from Melbourne Essendon Airport. See eastwestairlines.com.au
Griffith Airport is located 5km from Griffith CBD.