Along with machinery, agricultural supplies and demonstrations, visitors can enjoy some retail therapy in E Street at the Australian National Field Days from October 25 to 27.
E Street was traditionally a base for the general interest exhibitors but has emerged as a sought-after location due to the growing number of people who head there looking to get their country style on.
Field days manager Jayne West said it used to be a place where women would go while men looked at machinery but now it’s for everyone.
“My husband comes and picks up his work socks,” Mrs West said.
She there will be a mix of smaller market-style stallholders and large national exhibitors as well as regular attendees and new ones, including leather workers and gourmet food.
Other items include clothing such as collared shirts, t-shirts,hardy workwear or just the socks and jocks.
There will also be country staples such as caps and broad rimmed dress hats as well as boots.
In addition to the outdoor stalls, E Street is also home to two permanent pavilions - the Style Pavilion and The Shed.
In the Style Pavilion people can get their spring wardrobe sorted, buy the latest accessories or get inspiration from the fashion parades which will showcase clothing and accessories from Style Pavilion stallholders at 11am and 1pm each day.
Mrs West said E Street is one of the busiest streets on the field days site and the diverse range of products also includes plants and garden products with experts on hand to give tips on time saving products.
Along with plants there will also be also outdoor furniture, shade houses, camp ovens and fire buckets.
Inside the Style Pavilion, there will also be floral art demonstrations by Sarah Cox Designs at 10.30am and 12.30pm daily.
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