Our Rotary FNQ Field Days will be back again in 2019. Site bookings will open at the end of 2018. To stay in contact please "click here".
Now Over 3 Days!
Held over three days in 2017 - 24th, 25th & 26th May, The award-winning field days is the largesT community event on the tablelands-And its all for charity!
OPEN WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 9AM TO 6PM AND Friday 9AM TO 4PM. entry $5.00 FOR ADULTS EACH DAY.
For the first time ever the Event is being operated over three days, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. This will provide even greater exposure for our exhibitors and greater value for money. The public will have plenty of time to capture all the sites, many attractions and newest in machinery and equipment.
2017 will be the BIGGEST yet, with a massive 500 sites for sale
In 2015 we saw approximately 18,000 people through our gates.
Our attractions are continued and reinvented each event to keep our public’s interest and releasing the latest of rural entertainment for our spectators.
All for the COMMUNITY!
The Rotary FNQ Field Days are a project of the Rotary Clubs of Atherton and Mareeba.
All monies raised are donated to charities and community.
The Rotary FNQ Field Days has grown exponentially since its conception more than 25 years ago. Run by the combined Atherton and Mareeba Rotary Clubs, the community event raised a record $190,000 in 2015.
Thank you to our partners
What to Expect
The introduction of the tractor pull remains our biggest and most popular major attraction,
This will continue in 2017, with planning underway for ride-on lawn mowers to be added to the mix for pull area.
Our Inventor’s Competition is an important platform for new products to be previewed.
Feedback from exhibitors - some who have been involved with the event for more than a decade and other newcomers - is overwhelming in support, with anecdotal stories of sell out performances at the event and strong after-sales. This event has a good reputation for attracting quality customers and buyers in the gates. Our exhibitors consistently tell us that they have sold more stock onsite than many other field days they attend. The after sales continue often up to two years after the event.
The future farmers and innovation section will be ramped up in 2017 with new technology being introduced to this attraction.
The Vintage Static Tractor Display showcases the old Machinery collectors from as far a ’field as the Burdekin and Biloela will be steam-rolling their way to the Rotary FNQ Field Days – ‘Tired Iron’ display enthusiast Toby Atkinson predicts the largest ever Field Days display of these wonderful old machines – many still working!