The Boggy Creek Show, in association with Spirited
Experience a lifetime of bush knowledge in an iconic horseman show direct from the Snowy Mountains, with fourth generation mountain cattleman Tim O’Brien. The award winning Boggy Creek show captures the spirit of Australia’s outback where you’ll learn about working the land, movie horse training, working dogs, whip cracking and natural horsemanship.
Before the show at 6:30pm come along and enjoy bushman’s poetry, bush games for the kids and a BBQ dinner provided by Heavy Horse Heaven and Pegasus, where all proceeds from the dinner go to rescuing horses in the ACT and surrounds.
Where is the event being held?
The show will be held outdoors on the grassed area at the loop ampitheatre.
Is there allocated seating?
There is no allocated seating, in fact there is no seating. Grab a hay bale or bring a blanket or a deck chair.
What time should I get there?
Doors open at 5.45pm and there will be a chance to grab a bite to eat or join in the bush games before the show starts at 6.30pm.
Can I get something to eat or drink?
Heavy Horse Heaven and Pegasus will be providing a sausage sizzle with all proceeds going towards the charities.
Will the Spirited exhibition be open?
No, but you will receive a complimentary ticket on the night, to come back and see the show at your leisure.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The National Museum of Australia is located on Acton Peninsula on Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, just a short drive south-west of the city centre. Access is via Lawson Crescent, Acton.
Free parking for this event
Action bus number 7 operates to the National Museum on weekdays and number 934 on the weekends. For route and timetable information and fares visit the Action website.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, just show the ticket confirmation on your smart device at gate.
What is the refund policy?
Tickets will be refunded if event is cancelled.
Can I dress up?
If you love an excuse to dress up and have the perfect ‘country’ outfit to wear, then giddy on up.