These Exhibition Catalogues represent a history of the Royal Melbourne Show competitions.
Annual Reports 1858 - 2019.
The National Agricultural Society of Victoria (NASV) was formed in 1870.
A selection of RASV and Royal Melbourne Show media clippings scrapbooks.
A collection of architectural drawings which document various building projects on the showgrounds site.
Collection of showground maps from 1880s to present day.
A History of the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, Volume One (1840-1980), Frederick Noble and Robert Morgan (1981).
A History of the Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria, Volume Two (1980-1998), Robert Morgan (1998).
Revelations of Australia’s Outdoor Side-Showmen by Bob Morgan (1995).
The Red Cross Division Competition at the Royal Melbourne Show (2015).
Illustrative booklet produced for the Century Show to commemorate 100 years of RASV.
Show Guides were a program of events for the activities on each day of show.
The search for Victoria's inaugural Miss Show Girl in 1957 attracted 220 competitors. Miss Show Girl was the first such event in Australia and other states soon followed.
The Garryowen Equestrienne Turnout is one of the most prestigious equestrienne events in Australia.
The Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy is Australia's most prestigious wine award.
RASV Heritage launched an oral history project in 2011 to collect, record and document the experiences of individuals who have been involved in the RASV in various ways.
First presented at the Royal Melbourne Show in 1955, the perpetual Golden Axe Trophy is awarded to the Grand Aggregate Champion of the Woodchop Championships.