Rural Discovery Day
Rural Discovery Day 2013
Thursday 23 May, 9:30am - 2pm
Due to overwhelming demand from schools there are no
more places available for Rural Discovery Day
Do you know where your food comes from?
If you eat fresh food, wear a pair of jeans, or put fresh milk
on your cereal then the primary industries are already important to
Rural Discovery Day is an educational day for primary students
and celebrates Queensland's primary industries. It is held each
year at the Showgrounds in May.
In a unique hands-on learning experience students milk cows, pot
seeds, taste honey directly from a hive, discover where their food
comes from, talk to real farmers, and taste some of the best
produce Queensland has to offer.
Rural Discovery Day has been held at the RNA Showgrounds since
2003 and has proven to be an outstanding educational and
entertaining event. This is an opportunity to showcase
primary industries to city students in the one location.
RNA Chief Executive Brendan Christou describes Rural Discovery
Day as an example of the RNA's commitment and support to promoting
Queensland's primary industries and the importance for children to
develop an understanding of where their food and fibre comes
• $2 per child - entry only (aged 4 and
• $7 per child - entry and lunch (aged 4 and
Every primary school student attending Rural Discovery
Day will receive free entry to Ekka 2013 when accompanied by a
School Registration Forms will be available to download in
View the 2012
Rural Discovery Day Channel Nine footage
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For more information about Rural Discovery Day, contact (07)
3253 3927 or email email@example.com.