Careers and Education

Careers and Education

Inspiring youth in an environment that allows students to see themselves in the primary sector, the Education hub offers information and avenues for agricultural success.

Kitchen Theatre

Kitchen Theatre

With a paddock to plate approach, get up close and personal with our culinary chefs as they prepare mouth-watering dishes from our primary industries.

Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing

It’s interactive and one day its services might just save your life. The Health Hub is designed to educate and inform you about health issues in an interesting way.

International

International

Agricultural industries across the country and around the world have endless opportunity to advance their commercial enterprises through Fieldays International.

innovations

innovations

Fieldays innovations offer as exciting glimpse into the future of the agricultural industry. From backyard innovators to market ready professional innovators.

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Tractor Pull

Tractor Pull

Make your way riverside and check out the strongest, fastest, noisiest, and most captivating tractor sport.

Logging

Logging

Chainsaws growl and woodchips fly during the thrilling challenges in this action packed zone.

No.8 Wire National Art Award

No.8 Wire National Art Award

Fieldays No.8 Wire National Art Award is a showcase of the imagination and creativity of Kiwi artists and DIYers, challenged to create innovative artwork with predominantly No.8 Wire.

Fencing

Fencing

Fieldays Fencing offers you the chance to see some of the country’s top fencers in action as well as offer free and interactive fencing advice.

Excavators

Excavators

The Excavator Competition is a test of skill and precision.  Come and see operators take on the challenging course in the Heavy Equipment Area.

Entertainment

Entertainment

With a fantastic range of entertainment Fieldays has a variety of shows and experiences the whole family can enjoy.

Ag Heritage

Ag Heritage

Our collection of heritage buildings, museums, artefacts, demonstrations, and hands on activities offer insight into life for our ancestors in rural Waikato.