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Boggy Creek Shows has tailored a 1 ½ hr performance for school groups , which showcases all aspects of Australian farming , both past and present, giving students a glimpse into real country life.

The performance showcases the spirit of our Australian heritage, the environment and rural life in an educational , interactive and entertaining production.

The performance can be tailored to the Key Learning Area’s for your students, with consultation of teaching staff.

Your students will see

  • cattle mustering using packhorses and dogs,
  • amazing horsemanship, understanding the bond between man and horse,
  • whip cracking skills,
  • Australian kelpie dogs working sheep,
  • a sheep shearing demonstration and meet feral animals- pigs, goat & brumby.

Boggy Creek Shows is located on our farm, 15 kms from Tumbarumba, NSW on a sealed road with Coach access/ parking.
The facilities include,-all weather seating catering to max.150 people, toilet amenities (disabled).

A risk assessment can be provided.

  • Minimum group Bookings: 25 Students
  • Cost: $20.00 per person ( includes morning/ afternoon tea)
  • Performance season is from September 1st to May 31st

For more information or bookings

The Boggy Creek Show is an amazing experience. Tim’s horsemanship is extraordinary and the show is entertaining and enthralling. Our students were mesmerised throughout and got a better understanding of life in the country through Tim’s performance and humour. We return annually so that our city kids can experience country life.

Kathy Bush
Arden Anglican School

I have taken a group of seventy Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 students to a show at Boggy Creek hosted by Tim O’Brien. The students were actively entertained for the entire visit remaining engaged the entire time. The presentation was varied, interesting with exciting demonstrations and opportunities for the students to engage safely with the performance. The facilities were of a high standard providing shade and protection from the weather. We would love to return again for another visit.

Jennifer Lumsden
Principal Tumbarumba Public School