Claremont Showground

Draft Management Plan for Claremont Showgrounds

The Royal Agricultural Society of WA (RAS) has prepared a draft Management Plan for the Claremont Showgrounds to guide its future development.  The plan will be considered by the Town of Claremont, but ultimately requires the approval of the state government through the Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC).

The RAS has commenced its own public engagement on the draft plan.  Please click here to find out more information from the RAS and provide feedback.

The Town intends to separately consult with the public on the draft plan following lodgement of the plan with the WAPC.

Events at the Claremont Showgrounds

Spring Farm Fair

Whilst the 2020 Perth Royal Show may not be happening this year, Claremont Showground will still come alive between September 26 and 30 for the Spring Farm Fair - a farm wonderland for families and young children to interact with farm animals, learn more about agriculture and farming in WA, and enjoy some great food.

Tickets are available online with two sessions per day available for up to 5000 people per session.

Temporary parking restrictions will be in place for the duration of the fair across the Town Centre and parking will be limited.

For more information, visit the Royal Agricultural Society webpage

Event Information

The Royal Agricultural Society's (RAS) Claremont Showgrounds play host to a range of events during the year.  For any further upcoming events at the Showgrounds please click here.

To assist residents and those wishing to make contact during an event:

Issue Contact

Noise

Event organiser - details above

Antisocial Behaviour

Local police on 131 444

Traffic Issues and Parking  

Town of Claremont (after hours service) on 9285 4300

2020 Perth Royal Show Cancelled

A message from Peter Cooper, CEO of the Royal Agricultural Society of WA

“It is with genuine sadness that, in conjunction with the State Government, we confirm the cancellation of the 2020 Perth Royal Show.

“At every step of this process, we have been working with the State Government to develop a safe event which the WA community can be proud of. However, with the continuing outbreaks of COVID-19 in the Eastern States and the reemergence of the virus in New Zealand, it has become increasingly clear that we cannot proceed while simultaneously guaranteeing the safety of the public.

“While there is of course disappointment in making today’s announcement; as the CEO of this distinguished, not-for-profit organisation, I feel enormous pride in the hard work; dedication and courage of all those involved in the preparations for the 2020 event.

“The fact that we were unable to deliver this annual showcase is no reflection on the efforts of our staff; volunteers; competitors and council. On the contrary – their belief in giving the people of WA the event they deserved and their determination in the face of unprecedented challenges, should be applauded.

“While there will be tough decisions to be made over the next few months, one thing is certain. The Perth Royal Show will be back and we look forward to opening our gates to the thousands of show goers, from across WA, very soon.”

For more information visit The Perth Royal Show website