The Crystal Brook Show is an annual event, held in the town of Crystal Brook, in South Australia’s Mid North. The show is made up of many different parts, there is a pavilion packed with art and craft, cooking and sewing and even home brewing and photography. The Crystal Brook Show has the most show rides north of Adelaide, the best Merino sheep in the state, trade stalls, vintage cars and ute competitions. In 2017 and 2018 popular event “the Celtic Games” were held with competitors from near and far attending, and this makes an exciting return in 2022. 2019 show day included Tony Modra as special guest to open the day, as well as Buster the Monster Truck, Lyn & Sal from MKR, Connor Hogan motorcross demostration and Anthony Ireland’s sheep dog trials. Unfortunately the show was cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19, but in 2022 we made a triumphant return with special guest speakers and judges, new exhibits and fun things for the kids to see and do. The highlight of the 2022 Show was Commonwealth Gold medallist Jessica Stenson, and Lego Masters Contestants Trent & Josh.
We offer families a fun day out, safe for the kids, with plenty of exciting activities for mum, dad and all of the family to enjoy. Be sure to come along and enjoy the exciting experience and country atmosphere at the Crystal Brook Show.
President – Alexandra Dewar.
Senior Vice President – Kim Zohs.
Secretary – Nat Hodgson.
Treasurer/Secretary’s Assistant – Nicole Moroney.
Entry Secretary – David Petersen.
Pavilion Co-ordinator – A Dewar.
Committee Members – Jo Piggott, Anne Clothier, Jodie Boully, Nic Boully, Graeme Frick, Sonya Kerin, Andrew Sargent, Morgan Potter, David Petersen, Sharon Jeffries and Janet Redden.
Catering Convenor – Combined Sporting Clubs.
Sponsorship Co-ordinator – Sharon Jeffries
Trade Block Stewards– Andrew Sargent, Graeme Frick, Nic Boully.
Advisers – Ben Mumford, Jim Richards, Trevor Greig, Martin Lloyd-Smith.
Mayor Leon Stephens, Geoff Brock MP, Ivan Venning, Rowan Ramsey MP, Mayor Leon Stephens, Ali Gulin (PPRC), Trevor Greig,