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2021 Royal Melbourne Show dates: 23 September - 3 October

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Message of support from the Governor of Victoria
May 5 2020

Message of support from the Governor of Victoria

Further to the difficult decision that was made by the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV) Board to cancel the 2020 Royal Melbourne Show, RASV President Matt Coleman had the privilege of speaking with the Governor of Victoria, Honourable Linda Dessau AC to inform her of the decision.

As the Head of State and also as the Patron of the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, Her Excellency expressed her disappointment yet understanding and support of the decision made.

2020 Royal Melbourne Show Cancelled due to COVID-19
April 28 2020

2020 Royal Melbourne Show Cancelled due to COVID-19

Due to the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, in particular the social distancing measures and mass gathering restrictions in place, The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV) has made the decision to cancel the 2020 Royal Melbourne Show in the best interests of public health.

The RASV has proudly presented the Royal Melbourne Show since 1855. The Royal Melbourne Show has only been called off on two occasions in its 165-year history. First, when Melbourne Showgrounds was requisitioned for the war effort in 1915 and again in WWII between 1940-1945.

 

We're a finalist in the 2019 Melbourne Awards!
October 10 2019

We're a finalist in the 2019 Melbourne Awards!

The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria has conducted Victoria’s largest and most iconic community event, the Royal Melbourne Show for more than 160 years. This year we're so excited to learn we're a finalist for our city’s highest accolade, the Melbourne Awards.

The All New Royal Melbourne Show Celebrates A Record Breaking Year
October 2 2019

The All New Royal Melbourne Show Celebrates A Record Breaking Year

The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV), has today announced that this year’s Royal Melbourne Show was one of the biggest yet. When the gates close at 9pm tonight, it is expected that around 450,000 visitors will have attended Victoria’s largest and most iconic annual community event.

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