Farm World Dates
26 - 28 March 2021
Friday 9am - 5pm - Farmers Day
Saturday 10am - 7pm - Twilight Trade
Sunday 9am - 4:00pm - Farming Families Day
(Please Note - Return to Heritage Days - Friday to Sunday)
Telstra Women in Ag lunch function - Friday 26 March - 11.45am - 2.30pm
Commonwealth Bank – Yarn at the Farm – Event – Saturday, March 27th 5pm - 7pm
For more than half a century, this premier regional agricultural show has been providing patrons the opportunity to get up close and talk with experts in the field, learn all there is to know about farm machinery - with live demonstrations throughout the event, Farm animals at the livestock pavilions in the centre of the event and purchase some great products direct from the makers and suppliers across the site. A haven for the farming community but also a great event for locals and urbanites with a passion for the great outdoors.
With up to 100 acres of exhibitor displays, both indoors and out, you’ll find equipment, farm machinery, clothing, sheds, outdoor living including boats, caravans, horse floats, and vehicles, technology, plants plus masses of must-have tools. And it wouldn’t be Farm World without a huge variety of animals. You can chat with the cattle breeders in "Cattle Corner" and check out the different breeds, watch the kelpie dogs round up sheep, or learn to walk an alpaca.
Returning in 2021 will be the Telstra Women in Ag lunch, a signature event and highlight for many, and Farm World’s Fittest Farmer, where contestants will battle it out for the ultimate farm/fitness crown.
On Saturday and Sunday only, the Events Centre will come alive with Farm World Market Place. A great opportunity to bring your basket and stock up with loads of homemade, homegrown goodies, and with live cooking demonstrations on the main stage in the String + Salt Demonstration Kitchen next door, this will be a must-see attraction during Farm World 2021.
Farm World boasts a huge variety of unique and memorable experiences and value for all visitors including cattle dogs, pony and camel rides, live music, food + drink, demonstrations and presentations, and so much more! Great fun and entertainment for all the family, and after having to cancel this year’s event due to COVID-19, we can’t wait for Farm World 2021!
Farm World 2020 Advert
Fittest Farmer 2019
Friday 26 March – Sunday 28 March 2020.
Friday 9am - 5pm - Farmers Day
Saturday 10am - 7pm - Twilight Traders Day
Sunday 9am - 4pm - Farming Families Day
(Note 4pm finish to allow Exhibitors to pack and Travel)
SORRY ...... no pets/dogs are permitted onsite except for Guide/Assistance Dogs.
This policy and decision is based on advice from our insurance and legal advisors and the risks associated with unpredictable behaviour of livestock and dogs.
Yes, ATM facilities are provided and can be found near the Main Administration Office located at the top of the event site.
Yes, there are facilities in the following areas:
- Inside the Events Centre
- Toilet block adjacent to the General Interest Pavilion
- At the Baw Baw Shire Council Family Services caravan next to the above toilet block
A parcel delivery service is available at Farm World. Please request at time of purchase and items will be delivered to the Delivery Service Office, located near the lake, adjacent to Ticket Box C for collection.
The Farm World Official Program is available at the entry gates when you arrive on site. You can also pick up a copy from the Main Office building.
Unfortunately our mobility scooter hire supplier’s business did not survive the impacts of COVID and we have been unable to source another supplier.
We apologise for any inconvenience, but hope you understand - this is out of our control.
First Aid facilities are located within the Lardner Park Office building and at the Lakeside Arena.
Can be handed in/collected from the Main Office. Any lost property will be kept for 6 months following the event, then be disposed of via the appropriate channels.
Unfortunately, we do not offer childcare facilities, however there is a multitude of children’s activities available throughout the site (parental supervision required).
Lardner Park provides site wide WIFI for both Exhibitors and Patrons.
Following our Covid-Safe event plan, we require all ticketing to be purchased online by visiting https://lardnerpark.com.au/. Please come prepared with your E-Ticket. We encourage you to pre-purchase your tickets online for easier access on arrival.
Yes, you can be scanned out - at the ticket box which will allow you to re-enter the site (on the same day of entry).
Tickets must be produced for entry to the event. If you have lost or forgotten your ticket, you will need to contact our ticketing agency direct for re-issuing via https://support.ticketbooth.com.au/contact/
Sorry, there are no concession or pension discounts offered at Farm World.
Companion cards are accepted at Farm World. Please present your card at the entry gates.
Situated 12km from Warragul and just over an hour from Melbourne, Lardner Park is conveniently located and easily accessible from the M1 freeway.
Take the first exit to Warragul and within 1km of the exit turn right onto Lardner’s Track. Follow Lardner’s Track for approximately 12km and then turn right onto Burnt Store Road.
Coming from Traralgon, take the first exit to Warragul (hospital exit). At the end of the exit ramp there is a roundabout, proceed straight through going past the hospital on your left. Follow Warragul-Lardner Road until you reach a T intersection. Turn left onto Lardner’s Track. Follow Lardner’s Track along and then turn right onto Burnt Store Road.
V/Line rail services run regularly between Melbourne and Traralgon. For timetable information visit https://www.vline.com.au/Timetables/Train-coach-timetables
Complimentary shuttle buses operate from 9am daily circling continuously around the perimeter of the site.
Accessible parking is available near the car park ticket boxes. Please advise the parking attendants who will direct you accordingly. A valid parking permit for people with a disability must be displayed for access to this area.