Goat Fest Tasmania 2019

Everything you ever need to know about goats and goat products --all under the one roof!


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Poetry and Photo Competition Entries Open

Posted on October 11, 2017 at 3:45 AM

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Goat Fest 2018 bigger and better than ever

Posted on October 9, 2017 at 12:40 AM

Everything you will ever need to know about everything Goaty. Big and better for 2018. A full day of interactive displays, talks, advice, and just being able to get up close and personal with the Goat Folk of Tasmania. Annual Angora show and fleece judging.Many breeds of Dairy goats will be on show. Australian Miniature Goat Breeders will have a hugh interactive and informative display. Some of Tasmania's leading Boer Goat breeders will be on hand to talk about the worlds most ...

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2018 Goats Milk Soap Competition - Entries Open

Posted on October 9, 2017 at 12:25 AM

Entries are now open to what could be the most wondrous soap competition in the Southern Hemisphere !!!

We have a most exciting judge lined up, and no doubt some intresting awards

Get your entries in today, and start making that soap

for more details please contact Margaret Lomman on 0418 810 633 or email w.m.lomman@bigpond.com

$820 raised for the Cancer Council Tasmania

Posted on February 28, 2017 at 9:30 PM

Wow what an awesome day was had by our relay for life team "The Natty Nutters" at Goat Fest 2017. The organisers of Goat Fest 2017 allowed our team to hold a fundraising BBQ at their event yesterday. With the help and support of our sponsors Wursthaus, Cripps and Woolworths who donated produce to reduce costs and everyone that purchased from us on the day, we were able to raise an amazing $821.60 for Cancer Council Tasmania. A huge congratulations to the organisers on a very su...

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Massive Crowds Boost Goat Fest

Posted on February 27, 2017 at 3:20 AM

Media outlets attending this years event have estimated inexcess of ONE THOUSAND people attended Goat Fest for 2017, at one point during the morning there were queues forming alongside exhibitors, as people waiting to interact with the huge display of Goats and Goat releated activities.  One of the event organisers Steve Baldock said " All in all a terrific day, and exceeded our wildest expectations, a big thank you to all the folks that came along and to all the exhibitors, breeder...

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Soap Competition for 2017

Posted on February 27, 2017 at 3:10 AM

The results are in for the soap competition, Thanks to Margaret for organising, and our lovely judges. Well done to all who entered

Goatfest Tasmania Soap Competition Results for 2017


Class 1 - Natural

1st Natural – Cathy Sulman

2nd Manuka Honey – Cathy Sulman

Class 2 - Scented

1st Finger Lime – Anna Shepheard

2nd Mango Swirl – Margaret Lomman

3rd May Ch...

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Media Release February 21st

Posted on February 21, 2017 at 12:15 AM

2017 Event schedule

Posted on February 20, 2017 at 4:05 PM


Posted on February 14, 2017 at 10:35 PM

Goat Fest Tasmania 2017 are honoured to announce that The Tasmanian Food Co. have become our Gold Sponsor, and will be on site offering tastings and lots of information about their exciting range of products. Freya Griffin, Brand Manager for TasFoods Ltd has the to say: " The Tasmanian Food Co. was created to showcase and share Tasmania’s delicious, high quality produce with Australia and the world. They endorse a stable of well known and new brands – Meander Valley Dairy, Nichols...

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Highveld Saanen's to improve new diary herd blood lines

Posted on January 7, 2017 at 5:40 PM

Last year’s drop of Highveld Saanen Stud bucks waiting to go to the new dairy at Sassafras to contribute to their herd improvement programme. All Highveld breeding stock are performance recorded and classified and tested annually for CAE and Johnes disease so these young fellas should contribute to a lift in production for the dairy. They will certainly be kept busy at their new home. They have just turned 4 m...
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