COVID-19 UPDATE: The Committee of the Royalla Country Fair Association have reviewed the recommendation announced today by the Prime Minister Scott Morrison, the Chief Medical Officer and State Premiers.

The recommendation is a precautionry measure to lower the risk of community transmission of the virus and comes into effect on Monday 16th March (the day after the Fair). The highest risk is for crowds located in close proximity in a static location for 2 or more hours (eg. a sporting stand or entertainment hall).

Casual contact in a non-static setting (ie. walking or moving through an area) is of very low risk. The PM and Chief Medical Officer used the example of a train station where there would be >500 people constantly moving around as an example of casual contact.

They were also questioned about whether the recommendation should come into effect on the weekend and their response was that it would make little or no difference to the overall risk, or of transmission rates expected in the community.

In weighing up all these points and looking at the outlay costs that we have as a small community already invested in the Fair, we have made the decision to continue to hold the event as we are located in a large, outdoor space where people would be constantly moving around.

We would love everyone who was planning to come to attend, have a fantastic day out and help us raise some funds towards our much needed kids playground. However, we understand if your decision is to not attend. Attendance is at your own risk and we recommend bringing your own hand sanitizer as a further precautionary measure in line with health recommendations.

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Fund raising through the community for the community

Visitor Information

Visitor Information

15th March 2020, 9am-4pm

Stall Holder Information

Exhibitor Information

Information for Stall Holders, Demonstrators, Community Groups, Entertainers, and Car Boot Sale

Gallery

Gallery

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Show and Shine

Show and Shine

Show and Shine with judging categories and prizes

With the dedicated hard work of the local volunteers and regional sponsorships, early indications are that the 2020 Royalla Country Fair will be bigger, brighter and more exciting than ever before, also incorporating the Royalla Country Fair Show and Shine.

All funds raised from this event go directly to the Royalla Country Fair Association which is then distributed for projects at the Royalla Common, including construction, infrastructure and landscape improvements to assist with the maintenance of what is a fantastic facility for the community of Royalla and regional ACT.

The regional community has already been accessing the facility for wedding ceremonies, birthdays and anniversary events, utilising the Elm Grove, ruins or the newly built Royalla Hall as a unique and local venue for their special day.

About Royalla

Royalla is a rural locality spanning the border of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, running from the top of Tuggeranong Hill, south almost to Williamsdale and east to Mt Campbell.

The construction of the Royalla Community Hall was completed by volunteers and businesses from the Royalla community and surrounds between 2015 and 2017. It was officially opened on the 7th October, 2017.

For more information on Hall and Common facilities and bookings, please see the Royalla Community web site.