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Pavilion erected to honour Murray Allen's contribution to Field Days.

The Yorke Peninsula Field Days are acknowledged as the oldest in Australia with the first trial held near Bute, SA, on July 31st 1895. The permanent site at Paskeville was established in 1975. Nine local branches of the Agricutural Bureau of SA form the organising body and their members are totally responsible for the management and organisation of this prestigious three-day event. With a history spanning over 113 years this biennial event is now a multi-million dollar showcase of the latest innovations in agricultural machinery, products, rural services and technology and is acclaimed as one of Australias major agricultural Field Days.


Address:Railway Terrace South, Recreation Ground, Paskeville, 5552
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.039655
Long: 137.904672
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Structure
Monument Theme:People
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Actual Monument Dedication Date:Tuesday 30th September, 2003
Source: MA
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