Murgon Show Heritage
​​The first European settlers arrived in the Murgon area in 1843, taking up land which is now known as Barrambah Station. Murgon derived its name from a lily pond located on Barambah Station. The rich and fertile land was used for agriculture and dairying. Logging was another prosperous industry. The town didn't start to develop until the early 1900s. Large properties were divided into smaller allotments, and the local population increased. The town was surveyed and the sale of these lots took place in 1906. A butter factory was opened in 1913 and a grain shed was built the following year.
  1. Murgon township 1938
    Murgon township 1938
  2. Lamb Street, Murgon 1924
    Lamb Street, Murgon 1924
  3. The Brisbane Courier - 28 Mach 1932
    The Brisbane Courier - 28 Mach 1932
  4. Murgon Show Grounds - 1938
    Murgon Show Grounds - 1938
  5. 1938 Murgon Show
    1938 Murgon Show
  6. Murgon Show Wood Chopping - 1940
    Murgon Show Wood Chopping - 1940
  7. Murgon Show Queens
    Murgon Show Queens
  8. Murgon Show - 1970s
    Murgon Show - 1970s
  9. Murgon Show - 1960s
    Murgon Show - 1960s
  10. Entertainer at Murgon Show - 1960s
    Entertainer at Murgon Show - 1960s
  11. Murgon Show - 1960s
    Murgon Show - 1960s
  12. Murgon Show Society Committee - 1930s
    Murgon Show Society Committee - 1930s
  13. First Murgon PA&H Society Show 11th & 12th May 1921
    First Murgon PA&H Society Show 11th & 12th May 1921

Murgon Markets

2019 Combined Murgon  Show

Membership

Held on the 2nd Sunday of every month.

Located on Lamb Street, Murgon
(Murgon main street, centre park, near visitors centre)
Become a member of the Murgon Show Society for 2019.

  • Discounted entry into the 2019 show.
  • Access to the members area at 2019 show.
  • Voting rights.
15th / 16th​ 
March 2019

Murgon Show Society is affiliated with: