2019 Brahmousin Cattle School

Nanango Showgrounds | 15th – 17th FEB 2019

2019 Nomination Fees


Participant U/18


Participant adult


Participant (family of 3 or more participants)


non participant

2019 cattle school - Limited Spaces

2019 Brahmousin Cattle School

The Australian Brahmousin Association Inc. invites anyone interested in Showing & Judging Cattle to participate in the 2019 Brahmousin Cattle School, being held at Nanango Showgrounds.

The Cattle School gives participants a great opportunity to further develop their interest and skills in the Agricultural Industry, providing a safe and fun opportunity for personal development, team work and helps to build self-confidence through parading competitions, judging competitions and public speaking along with a number of hands on activities.

There is plenty of fun to be had with participants in past years having disco nights, kareoke, Rural Olympics, Play Money Auctions, with brilliant mentors to guide the groups through the weekend.

Each of our amazing mentors is a past participant that have developed their skills in the industry and is volunteering their time to teach participants, due to the popularity of this event this year’s numbers will be capped to ensure quality time and safety can be devoted to each participant.

The entry fee for the participants includes the full cost of the educational hands-on and fun program, all meals over the weekend including, Breakfast, Morning Teas, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Dinner & Supper/Dessert, sublimated camp shirt along with a take-home bag filled with educational materials and swag.

Participants who are able to should bring along an animal and limited loan animals will be available. To ensure animals can be allocated entry forms must be received by closing date.


Meals for participants are included in the registration fee. This includes Friday morning tea to Sunday lunch.

Our volunteer caterers provide healthy and tasty meals and follow the Healthy Eating Standards.

Extra meals for parents/carers/others will be catered for and must be ordered on the registration form at a cost of $60 dollars per person.

Participants should bring cutlery and plates.

Soft drinks & treats will be available to purchase at the camp canteen.

what to bring

First and foremost bring your smile and a good attitude. We want you to have fun and make friends.


► Swags or Bedding
► Towel & Toiletries
► Clothing Changes
► Protective Shoes / Gumboots
► Change of Clothes for Washbay
► Protective Hat
► Thongs for Showers
► Plate, Cup, Bowl, Cutlery & Teatowel
► Waterbottle

Show Clothes are not required. Just safe clothing, i.e long pants/ jeans and closed in shoes. 

We suggest packing a few extra changes 
of clothes / socks.

Cattle owners

If you can please bring the following;

► Feeders
► Water Buckets
► Feed & Hay

► Halter & Leads
► Neck Ropes/ Straps
► Grooming and Wash Gear

► Show Equipment

Cattle Owners please ensure your equipment in labeled.


Participants please note that where you have been allocated a loan animal and equipment you need to be respectful of the equipment and gear that you have been loaned and always treat your animal well.




years of cattle school

Get In Touch

Organiser: Amanda Graham

Telephone: 0488 790 551

Email: amanda@cattleschool.com.au

Web: www.cattleschool.com.au