The Royal Adelaide Show is considered to be South Australia’s biggest annual event, which is run by the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia especially for the enthusiastic crowds. Experiences run the whole range starting from the carnival rides, exhibitions and attractions to exquisite handicraft, cookery and wide variety of champion livestock and animals. It is at the show that rural South Australia and City business alike can showcase their best produce, wares and services to the consumers and market their products and efforts.

The Royal Adelaide Show is said to be the ‘people’s event’ and truly offers something for everyone or every age group; such as food and wine tastings; entertainment with bands, dancing, comedy acrobatic; exhibitions and displays; fashion parades; competitions; animals (livestock and pets); farmyard nursery and animal petting area. It not only takes care of things that are important, but also ensures that varied entertainment is provided.  There is also accessibility to toilets, roads, and paths, telephones, viewing platform and wheelchair hire. Other things that are provided are, car park , Child Activities, Assisted Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair Access, Parking for the Disabled, Disabled Toilet Facilities, First aid equipment, Kiosk, Public Telephone, Shaded Area,  Sheltered Area, Shop etc.

For further entertainment there are celebrity entertainers like James Bustar – Australia’s Comedy Juggling Superstar, the Crazy Pirates , Shane St James, “Australia’s own Hypnotist”, National Wrestling Alliance, Royal Show Street Parade etc  are some of the other entertainers in the Royal Adelaide Show. Keeping in mind the Australian touch, the exquisite food and wine is taken important care of.  In this Royal Adelaide Show ,  the various restaurants that are taking part are, The Arena Sports Bar, The Grill , Garden Café, Red Dove Café and many more, providing only the best stuff for all their customers.

Apart from this, there is also the part of taking care of the animals. There is the Learning Centre, which is an interactive and informative area where young people and their parents or caregivers can have fun and learn about agriculture in a safe and supervised environment. There is a range of displays and demonstrations that invite visitors to learn through looking, listening and touching. Displays and demonstrations include:
• farm animal handling and feeding (chicks, lambs, piglets, cows and puppies)
• cow milking
• sheep shearing
• tractor safety