Queensland's premier primary industry field days

the perfect platform to display and experience the LATEST in agricultural innovation 

CRT FarmFest is staged over three big days in June at Kingsthorpe Park, on the Warrego Highway, 20 kms west of Toowoomba.

More than 2,500 individual companies and organisations will come to together at the 2019 event to exhibiting everything from ATV’s to augers, bins to boomsprays, bull bars to brush cutters, cattle to cultivators, engines to electric fences, front end loaders to fuel supplies, grain dryers to grader blades, harvesters to hoses, laser levelers to livestock, mulchers to mobile phones, ploughs to pumps rock pickers to rippers, sheds to sawmills, tractors to tanks, welders to wood splitters and zero till planters.


There is more to see, more to compare and more to buy, with improved facilities, fantastic livestock action, quality exhibitors, demonstrations and entertainment.

Pack your family into the car and head for the only place in Queensland where you will find the latest and greatest in farming and agriculture products. 


For the 14th straight year, Farmcraft and Dalby Rural Supplies will sponsor the 2019 CRT FarmFest held in picturesque Kingsthorpe, in the Darling Downs. Once again, visitors will have the chance to get their hands on a huge selection of products and test out the many activities on offer at one of Queensland’s premier agricultural events.

Photo   : Alistair Ross, Managing Director of Farmcraft & John Cullen, Managing Director of Dalby Rural Supplies.

Photo: Alistair Ross, Managing Director of Farmcraft & John Cullen, Managing Director of Dalby Rural Supplies.

“CRT FarmFest’s hugely diverse range of products reflects the broad tastes of all our visitors, from wine to wool and everything in between,” said Alistair Ross, Managing Director of Farmcraft.

“The festival has for many years catered to the needs of farmers while also offering a fantastic family fun day out in one of Australia’s greatest agricultural heartlands,” Mr. Ross added.

CRT FarmFest has undoubtedly become a one-stop-shop for all farmers, no matter what part of the industry they are in. With experts in areas like lighting, crop nutrients and solar pumps set to be at Kingsthorpe this year, organisers are sure attendees will find a solution for their every agricultural need.

As Queensland’s Premier Primary Industry Field Days, CRT FarmFest organisers have worked hard to ensure that this year’s event was even bigger than last year. “With 2,500 individual companies and organisations participating, there is more to see, more to compare and more to buy, with improved facilities, fantastic livestock action, more quality exhibitors, demonstrations and entertainment,” explained John Cullen from Dalby Rural.

CRT FarmFest is an event that draws a huge number of people, with suppliers from far and wide helping to attract over 60 000 visitors. “We always try to connect our farmers with everything they need to run a successful business and CRT FarmFest will help us do that by offering a vast range of products,” added Mr. Ross.

Mr. Cullen explained it was a rare opportunity for farmers, “It’s a great event not just because of the products available, but it gives farmers and suppliers the opportunity to network and share ideas and spark conversation.”

With more to see and do than ever before it is hoped the community will get behind CRT FarmFest and take the opportunity to share all that the field days have to offer. CRT FarmFest offers something for everyone and farmers are encouraged to bring the whole family along. “Queenslanders in particular have had a tough few years and we are aiming to bring some hope and inspiration to look to the future with some positivity,” said Mr. Cullen.

“We are proud to play such an important role in putting this event on for Queenslanders each year and look forward to enjoying everything that CRT FarmFest has to offer the local community and visitors from across the state,” said Mr. Ross.


CRT FarmFest is staged over three days from Tuesday 4 to Thursday 6 June 2019. The event opens from 9am to 5pm on Tuesday and Wednesday and 9am to 4pm on Thursday, with the car-parking gates open from 7.30am daily.