AUSTRALIA’S OLDEST ANNUAL AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION
The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) is the oldest annual agricultural exhibition in the country. Established in 1952, the ANFD continues to offer visitors a unique insight into the future of agriculture with the commitment to Advancing Australian Agriculture.
More than 600 exhibitors travel to the Borenore site (15kms west of Orange, NSW) from all over Australia and internationally to display their products and services during the three-day event.
To keep our community safe while delivering the Australian National Field Days, we are working closely with NSW Health to ensure we are compliant with all COVIDSafe requirements as directed by the NSW Government. To make sure we can come together safely, we will be introducing the below measures at the 2021 Field Days.
Increased hand washing and hand sanitisation stations.
QR code sign in registration at entrances.
Updated layout to enable increased physical distancing and ‘air flow’.
Physically distanced queuing systems.
Set ‘entry’ and ‘exit’ points for all pavilions monitored by COVID Marshals.
Capped numbers of people at any one time in pavilions. These numbers will depend on NSW Government event guidelines in place at the time of the event and are subject to change e.g. 2 square metre and 4 square metre ruling.
Increased venue cleaning including pre-event, during and post event cleaning by trained hygiene officers with particular emphasis on high touch points.
Allow for 1.5 metre distancing at all times (the set attendance will depend on advice provided by NSW Health prior to the event, and these figures are subject to change).