PARTNERS

 

Select a link below for further information about the groups partnering with the Society.

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STANTHORPE PONY CLUB
 
Stanthorpe Pony Club has been closely affiliated with the Stanthorpe Showgrounds for over 40 years. 
Our affiliation ensures riders from all ages can receive instruction and experience in a safe, social environment.
 
Click on the button to find about more about Stanthorpe Pony Club.
LAURIE'S LARRIKINS
 

Laurie's Larrikins has made the Tea Pavilion on Stanthorpe Showgrounds their home for a number of months now. Regular meetings and workshops are held on Mondays at the showgrounds.

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GEORGE & FUHRMANN
 
George & Fuhrmann livestock selling agents partner with the Stanthorpe Agricultural Society for the annual weaner sales that take place at the Stanthorpe Showgrounds saleyards each year.
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STANTHORPE AND DISTRICT MEN'S SHED

The Stanthorpe and District Men’s Shed Inc is located on the showgrounds site between the wood chop arena and the animal nursery.  Members meet regularly on Wednesday mornings, but are usually there most mornings.

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STANTHORPE HISTORIC VEHICLE & MACHINERY GROUP
 

The Stanthorpe Historic Vehicle and Machinery Group are in the process of making Stanthorpe Showgrounds their new home. The slab has been laid for their new headquarters, soon to be installed over the next few months. 

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SNOWFLAKES IN STANTHORPE
 

Snowflakes in Stanthorpe have agreed to partner with the Society to store festival items on site in return for use of a golf buggy.  

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ROTARY CLUB OF THE GRANITE BELT
 
The Rotary club of the Granite Belt have recently made Stanthorpe Showgrounds their home with the installation of new headquarters. 
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ECLECTIC KRAFTERS
 
A spin off from Laurie's Larrikins, the Eclectic Krafters meet every Sunday morning in the tea pavilion to learn and hone their talents in various crafts such as tin smithing and jewellery making.