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It’s Nothing To Snort About: Everything You Need To Know About Patting The Pigs

Upon exploring the showgrounds, you cannot get past these little guys without having the cockles of your heart warmed to maximum melting level.

The piglets are always a spectacle at the Sydney Royal Easter Show and it’s understandable why people leave so tickled pink by the experience!

Whether you’re young or old, the piglets are a fun activity to partake in.

It’s an opportunity as well for the whole family to swoon over these four-legged heart-throbbers.

Everybody with any semblance of feeling would swoon over these little piglets because not only you get to see them, but you can get inside and give them a self-satisfying scratch and cuddle.

A sensory experience for the gentle-hearted or the lover of all creatures particularly small, patting the piglets, while a heartwarming time, is also an opportunity for learning.

This newborn litter won’t be straying to far from their mother, who will also be present in the enclosure.

The farmers who look after the pigs are also present at the Pavilion and are readily available to ask all the curious questions which your inquiring minds may think about!

They have many stories to share about their personal experiences looking after pigs and piglets, so it is certain to be an educational experience for many.

The piglets can be found in the Pig And Goat Pavilion.

Sessions occur daily at 10.00am, 11.00am, 12.00pm, 2.00pm, 3.00pm, 4.00pm, 5.00pm.

Thomas Denham
Trailblazing from the Dandenong Ranges in Melbourne, Tom is an aspiring content creator, broadcaster and podcast producer. With a deep passion for audio storytelling, Tom has produced podcasts from audio fiction (The Glam Gizmo) to panel discussion (Right On Track). Tom is currently the Podcast Manager at SYN Media and has previously been the Executive Producer of several flagship radio programs. Tom can’t wait to feast his eyes (and stomach) at the cake competition at the Sydney Royal Easter Show and can be found on the grounds searching for the next best story.


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