August 28th & 29th 2019
|Adults – $25
Concession – $15
Children under 16 – Free!
8.00am – 5.00pm:
|Main & Lifestyle Map|
|Please leave your pets at home. Only service dogs are permitted to enter the Field Days site.||
6.00am – 6.00pm:
Perth Media Film
How to get there:
Green in winter and golden in summer, Dowerin lies 156km north east of Perth and is only a 2 hour scenic drive from the city along the Pioneers Pathway. Upon arrival you will be greeted by Rusty our Tin Dog who stands guard at the Western entrance to town proudly representing the spirit and ingenuity of this small rural community.
Dowerin is nestled in the heart of the Wheatbelt and enjoys a temperate climate with winter rainfall and hot, dry summers. This appealing country environment is complemented by a range of easily accessible community and sport facilities for the benefit of local people and visitors alike.
The Shire of Dowerin has a population of approximately 701 residents and there is an impressive average of 45,000 tourists visiting the Shire every year.
Frequently Asked Questions
August 28th and 29th 2019
August 26th and 27th 2020
The grounds are open to the public from 8am until 5pm.
Free for Children!
No, Dogs are not permitted anywhere on the Field Days grounds or in the Field Days caravan site, with the exception of service dogs. Please leave your fur friends at home.
Accommodation is heavily booked during Field Days so we suggest getting in early, please find a list of accommodation providers in the region here
Alternatively there is a visitors caravan park opposite Gate 1, this is a free camp area but please note there are no facilities provided so visitors must be in self-contained vans. There is no bookings system, you will be designated a space upon arrival