Awards

Exhibitor Awards 2016

Most Outstanding Exhibitor

Best overall exhibit at the event

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Best New Release – Self Propelled Machinery

For all self-propelled machinery.

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Best Emerging Technology

For new technological developments.

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Countryman

Countryman

GWN7

Won By: Waratah Won By: Hardi Australia Won By: Clear Skies Australia

Best New Release – Machinery Attachments

For attachments to existing machinery.

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Best New Release – Allied Equipment

For all other agricultural products and equipment.

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Best Lifestyle and Leisure Exhibit

Best presented family interest exhibit.

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Radio West

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GWN7

Won By: AgMaster Won By: Flexi-Coil Won By: Purslowe Tinetti Funerals

Best Motoring Exhibit

Best presented Motoring exhibit in the carsales.com.au Motoring Arena and surrounding areas.

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Waratah Agricultural Fencing Challenge

Sponsored by: Waratah

Farm Machinery Sales

Won By: Polaris Australia Won By: WA College of Agriculture Cunderdin

AWARDS WON BY DOWERIN FIELD DAYS

1995

The event received its first West Australian Tourism Award in the “Significant Local Festivals and Special Events” Category. The event then went on to win the national Australian Tourism Awards section for “Significant Local Festivals and Special Events”.

1996

The event won the “Significant Local Festivals” category for the second time.

1997

Third time lucky as well!

1998

The Dowerin GWN Machinery Field Days event was inducted into the West Australian Tourism Awards Hall of Fame, recognising the board’s commitment to excellence.

1981

Although the Dowerin Field Days event had received several certificates of appreciation from local government bodies, such as the Shire of Dowerin, the first official State recognition of the importance of the event, was awarded in 1981, when the field days received a prestigious Golden Swan Award. Presented by the Western Australian week Council, the award was given for: “Success in Developing an Entire Community Involvement.”