Borroloola Show Day 2017 and 2018
The Borroloola Show is one of the smallest in the Northern Territory. The public holiday is held on the last Friday in June and is a holiday for the documented region around Borroloola.
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Borroloola has barely a population of 1000 people, and is about 50 km by river from the ocean at the Gulf of Carpentaria. The town is located on the Katherine to Normanton section of an adventure drive known as the Savannah Way, and this sometimes brings more visitors, especially fishermen and retiree holidaymakers, to the show during the dryer month of June.
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