Small farms. Big ideas.
Official Notification of 2020 Balingup Small Farm Field Day Cancellation
With great regret, given current circumstance regarding COVID-19, the Balingup Small Farm Field Day Committee have made the difficult decision to cancel this year's event on 18 April.
We take our duty of care very seriously and have taken into consideration the current advice from all Government Health authorities.
We acknowledge and understand the impact of this decision and express our sincere apologies to our sponsors, suppliers, exhibitors, volunteers and community.
Our strong commitment to community health, wellbeing and safety has guided our decision and will ensure we will be back bigger and better next year.
Chair, BSFFD Committee
Small farms. Big ideas.
The ongoing theme for the 2019 Balingup Small Farm Field Day is - Small farms. Big ideas.
The Balingup Small Farm Field Day will again showcase all aspects of small farming; caring for the land and animals, growing trees and food, cooking with fresh local ingredients and creating fashion and crafts with natural products.
With over 300 trade and market stalls, along with a wide range of farm machinery and equipment, agricultural and nursery supplies, there is something for all the family to browse, learn and enjoy.
A range of growers and gardeners specialising in everything from organic fertiliser to unusual fruits and vegetables will impart their knowledge on the basics of growing and preparing your own backyard produce. Informed choices about whether to plant olives, mushrooms, trees, or even to just have a few chooks, will be made easier after talking to people who have learnt through experience.
Let your taste buds be surprised by the array of delicious local produce that the field day brings together. Taste the wine, cheese and gourmet delights. Have a look at what the kids are learning about, cooking with fresh ingredients in the 'Kids in the Kitchen' workshops (bookings essential).
Visit trade stalls for advice on machinery and equipment and for those interested in renewable resources and sustainable family living there are many exhibits on the oval featuring solar power, water storage and thermally efficient building.
Head down to Goose Bend and visit the animals, you may even want to take some home. While the kids can enjoy feeding and touching the baby animals, you can learn about keeping animals such as goats, sheep, pigs, poultry, alpacas, lamas,miniature cattle and horses.
You will be inspired by local craftspeople exhibiting and selling a wide range of goods including woodwork, pottery, patchwork and quilting, fashion and jewellery, all with the emphasis on being "home-produced".
Farm to Table -
Sunday 18 April 2020
Information available soon.
Stall Holder Awards 2020
There are 5 Stall Holder Award categories. If you would like to nominate for one of the categories, please download the Awards Application 2020
BIG tip: to help organise your time at the field day head straight to the tent and book an available session.
Where to eat in Balingup?
There are a variety of meal options available on
Friday and Saturday night
for exhibitors and visitors to Balingup. read more