Australian National Field Days to host a range of acts and entertainment

With just days away until the 2017 Australian National Field Days, the committee are amping up the entertainment to ensure visitors have the most enjoyable time.

Held over the days from Thursday, October 26 to Saturday, October 28, the event will see music playing throughout the three day from the Bar in M Street with three popular acts.

The well known Mickey Pye will be playing on Thursday from 1- 5pm, Casey McFarlane on the Friday from 1-5pm and The Hewitts will be playing from 10am-5pm on the Saturday.

Playing a mix of country, hit40, pub rock and much more to suit all audiences.

Come and have a sing-a-long, or even just have a seat and take a break from exploring the many exhibits on the day.

This year the Field Days have Irwin’s Jumping Castles, which will be free entry.

There will be two jumping castles, featuring the giant slide and a smaller one for the younger kids.

Make it a family day out and come and enjoy the action.

A crowd favourite will be returning this year, The Oakfield Camel Rides.

A unique experience where you have the opportunity to ride a camel, for around 5 minutes, including an up and down ride as the camel will sit and rise again. This is a one of a kind experience that is sure to be a favourite again.

If you are after some more action then be sure to check out the freestyle trail riders with their high adrenaline choreographed show. Flair Action riders will be crossing the boundaries between trails, BMX and freestyle MOTO-X to pull off the biggest and best tricks.

The attraction is high energy fuelled with the noise of the motorcycles, the crowd roaring and up beat music. This year kids aged from two to 12 years can even come along and try their hand at riding an electric bike from the range of OSET for free.

There is so much to do at this year’s Australian National Fields Days, so be sure to come along and enjoy all of what is on offer.