Ticket Info



The Royal Canberra Show is back in 2024.  All ticket sales for the 2024 Show will be conducted using the online ticket provider - I Wanna Ticket.

You can find a booking link below to quickly and easily pre-purchase all your tickets. 

If you wish to use free public transport, you must pre-purchase.

Tickets ARE available to purchase at the gates. No cash sales at the Entry Gates. Ticket details and prices for 2024 are available below. 

Stay tuned for further updates! 

Tickets and Pricing

Tickets will be valid for a single entry on any day of the Show. 

  • Adult $27

  • Adult Pass - Valid for single entry for 1 adult
  • Child (6-16yrs) $13

  • Child Pass - Valid for single entry for one child aged 6 - 16 years. Children under 6 are free.
  • Student $16

  • Student Pass - Valid for single entry after a valid Student ID has been shown - please note we will ask to sight Student ID's at the gate along with your ticket being scanned. Includes higher education students.
  • Concession $16

  • Concession Pass - Valid for single entry. Buyer must show valid seniors, pensioner, DVA, carers or similar concession card.
  • Family (2 adults & 2 children) $67

  • Family Pass - Valid for single entry for 2 Adults and 2 Children (6-16 years, Children under 6 are free)
  • All Pre-Purchased Tickets to the Royal Canberra Show include free travel on Action Buses and Light Rail Services.


Please note no refunds* are available.
*Should the Royal Canberra Show be cancelled outside of our control, your ticket will be refunded. Your ticket will not be refunded if you are sick on the day of the Show.

Terms & Conditions of Entry

Exhibition Park In Canberra (EPIC) is a unique venue that has many varied activities. There are vehicles, crowds, temporary structures. To ensure a safe and enjoyable visit to the Royal Canberra Show, take care to observe and follow all signage and instructions given. Take special care at all times to protect yourself and others against any loss or injury.
• Persons entering this Royal Canberra Show do so at their own risk. The RNCAS accepts no liability for any injury, loss or damage caused by an act, omission or negligence.
• The RNCAS does not permit food and drink from external commercial suppliers.
• The right is reserved to add, withdraw or substitute artists and/or vary advertised programs, prices, seating arrangements and audience capacity.
• Cameras, audio and video recorders may not be permitted into the Event. 
• Persons entering the Royal Canberra Show waive all rights in relation to any photograph, image or likeness of them produced while attending the Show.
• The RNCAS retains all property in all images it produces.
• Entry may be refused if tickets are damaged or defaced in any way or are not obtained through an authorised source.
• All tickets purchased to enter the Royal Canberra Show are non-refundable.
• The RNCAS reserves the right to inspect and/or search bags brought into or out of the Venue and search all persons, their clothing and other items of such persons.
• Persons causing a disturbance or refusing to comply with requests from the RNCAS may be ejected from the Venue.
• The RNCAS may refuse admission to or eject persons from the Event at its sole discretion.
• Persons entering the Royal Canberra Show must adhere to current Worksafe ACT Legislation and to the RNCAS Workplace Health and Safety policy.
• Vehicles must not block emergency egress doors or park within 1 metre of fire hose reels.
• Persons must obey all signs, notices and directions given by the RNCAS whilst at the Event.
• All Applicants, Attendants, Exhibitors, Competitors and every person admitted into the Venue during a Show are bound by the By-Laws and Regulations.
• Any variation to the conditions of entry will be at the sole discretion of the RNCAS.
• Smoking is not permitted in All Buildings, Food Areas, Bars, Grandstands and Seating Areas. Fines are applicable to people smoking in the Smoke Free Areas.
• The RNCAS practices responsible service of alcohol:
• Intoxicated persons will not be permitted to enter the Event.
• Intoxicated persons will be removed from the Event.
• It is an offence for minors to purchase or consume liquor.
• It is an offence to sell or supply minors with liquor.
• Persons supplying liquor to minors will be reported to the Police.