A Little About Us
The Kalamunda & Districts Agricultural Society was founded in 1898 and has hosted 121 Annual Shows.
Meetings of the Society are held at the Jack Healey Centre, Kalamunda, on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (with the exception of April, May, December and January), and commence at 7.30pm. A prize giving evening for the Annual Show winners is held in May. Meetings are informal, with a small show bench for flowers, plus information and a light supper shared.
The Kalamunda Show Committee is made up of volunteer members of the Agricultural Society and is primarily responsible for the running of the Show each year. This includes organisation of the grounds, security, stalls, activities, displays and entertainment. Members also run the Exhibition Hall and although most exhibitors come from the Kalamunda area, many also travel some distance to show their flowers, cookery, needlework, preserves, handicraft, photography and art.
The Show Committee meets throughout the year and more regularly in the lead up to the Show. This is a small Committee and new volunteers are always welcome. Please check the link here to have a look at the Kalamunda Show website and learn more about the Show.
The Society also runs a Spring Flower Show on the second last Saturday of October each year.
The next Annual Show will be the 122nd. Unfortunately due to a shortage of Committee members and the changing regulations regarding Covid-19, the Show for 2021 has been cancelled.
Spring Flower Show
The Spring Flower Show in October offers an opportunity for gardeners to exhibit their blooms, floral art, pot plants, hanging baskets and vegetables. It is planned to hold the 2021 Spring Flower Show on Saturday 23rd October in the Kalamunda Agricultural Hall.
A schedule for entry in this Show can be obtained from August onwards, from the Kalamunda Library, by contacting the Secretary, or through the link attached to this site.
The photos below show just some of the beautiful flowers that can be seen at the Spring Flower Show.
Click on Photos to see them larger.
Occasionally the Society participates in other events – for example two years ago we took a stall for a children’s activity at the Kalamunda Garden Festival in the Town Centre.
Currently we have no other events planned.