The best deals on tickets and parking for this years Royal Bathurst Show

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THIS year there are plenty of ticket options available for the show depending on who is coming and how often. Make sure you check out the ticket prices for some savings and to get the best bang for your buck.

Visitors also need to be aware that this year there will be no parking available along Kendal Avenue or in Morse Park or Bathurst Sportsground. Instead there will be a park and ride facility in Hereford Street. You will be able to park there and catch a bus to and from the Cottage Gate Entrance of the Showground between 8.30am and 10pm on Friday and Saturday, and up to 4pm on Sunday.

ONLINE SAVINGS

Simply purchase your tickets online and you can save five per cent on standard entry prices. Not only do you save money but you can avoid the queues at the gate. (Terms and conditions apply, see online for full details)

ALL SHOW, ALL DAYS

The best value money can buy is the "All Show Pass", where you are basically paying for two days and getting the third free, which makes it the perfect way to witness all the action across the weekend. There is such a large number of events, competitions, entertainment and rides, sometimes one day just isn't enough to take it all in.

SIDESHOW BONUS DOLLARS

On behalf of the Showmen's Guild, the Royal Bathurst Show is now able to offer sheets of 30 x $1 Sideshow Coupons for $26, which is a saving of 13 per cent. The Sideshow Bonus Dollars are redeemable at a number of places in Sideshow Alley including rides, games, novelties and food and drink. Just keep an eye out for the specified Showmen's Guild Canteens.

TICKET PRICES

STANDARD

  • Adult $27.00
  • Concession $20.50
  • Children $13.50
  • Family of 4 $54.00
  • Family of 5 $66.00

ALL SHOW PASS

  • Adult $54.00
  • Concession $41.00
  • Children $27.00
  • Family of 4 $108.00
  • Family of 5 $132.00
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