McArdles Servicing at the Australian National Field Days

McArdles Servicing at the Australian National Field Days: A Deep Dive

The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) is more than just an annual event for many Australians. It’s an institution, a testament to Australia’s rich agricultural heritage and a showcase for its future. But behind the scenes, ensuring the event’s smooth operation is an unsung hero: the meticulous cleaning and maintenance work that provides the venue looks its best for every visitor. One company that plays a pivotal role in this is McArdles.

McArdles: Not Just Cleaners, But Partners in Presentation

It’s easy to underestimate how much work goes into preparing a venue for an event like ANFD. The task list is extensive, from ensuring that the entrance is welcoming to ensuring that facilities like toilets are hygienic. This is where McArdles steps in, with a commitment to excellence and an understanding of each site’s unique requirements.

1. Feature Exhibitor: First Impressions Count

The Feature Exhibitor area sets the tone for the entire event. Here, visitors get their first real taste of what’s in store, and McArdles ensures it’s positive.

  • Pressure Cleaning Front Section/Entrance: The front section is subjected to the heaviest footfall, necessitating a deep clean to ensure it’s welcoming and free from stains or debris.
  • Window Cleaning: Both inside and out, the windows are cleaned to a shine, ensuring that displays are seen in the best light.
  • Vacuuming and Debris Removal: Essential for maintaining a pristine environment, particularly in areas with high foot traffic.
  • Cobwebbing and Dusting: Going up to 2 metres high ensures that every nook and cranny remains spotless.
  • Ride-on Sweeper Machine: This machine guarantees thorough cleaning of the concrete flooring in less time.

2. Education and Training Centre: A Beacon of Knowledge

The Education and Training Centre is a learning hub, and as such, it deserves an environment conducive to concentration.

  • Window Cleaning: Clear windows allow natural light, creating a bright and airy atmosphere.
  • Vacuuming and Debris Removal: Keeping floors clear is essential for safety and aesthetics.
  • Urinal and Toilet Cleaning: Arguably the most critical aspect, ensuring these facilities are spotless is a top priority.
  • Sink/Vanity Cleaning: Another crucial area, clean sinks and vanities ensure a pleasant experience for all.

3. Style Pavilion CWA & Fashion: Glamour in Every Corner

This pavilion is about style, and McArdles ensures it looks the part from entrance to exit.

  • Pressure Cleaning Front Section/Entrance: This area needs particular attention, with many visitors passing through.
  • Ride on Sweeper Machine: Ensuring the concrete floors match the overall elegance of the pavilion.

4. Toilet Blocks #1 & #2: Cleanliness is Next to Godliness

Toilet blocks are often the most challenging to maintain, but McArdles ensures they’re clean and hygienic with meticulous attention.

5. Land Shop: A Tribute to Agriculture

In the Land Shop, visitors glimpse Australia’s agricultural prowess, and McArdles ensures it shines.

6. Green Shed (across from admin centre): Keeping Green and Clean

Adjacent to the admin centre, the Green Shed benefits from the same meticulous care, ensuring it matches the overall excellence of the venue.


Ensuring the Australian National Field Days is a success is a monumental task, and the behind-the-scenes efforts of McArdles play a pivotal role. From the feature exhibits to the humblest shed, every area is cleaned precisely, ensuring visitors experience the event in the best possible environment. Through dedication, expertise, and an understanding of the unique requirements of the ANFD, McArdles continues to raise the bar for cleaning and maintenance, ensuring that this iconic event remains a shining example of Australian excellence.

Mark Your Calendars!

  • Dates: Set aside Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th October 2023. Over these three days, the best of Australian agriculture will be on display, interspersed with engaging events and showcases.
  • Times: The event runs from 8:30  a.m. to 5:00 p.m., giving you ample time to immerse yourself in the varied activities and exhibitions.

Plan Your Visit:

  • Parking: Don’t stress about parking! There’s ample free on-site parking available. So drive down with your family or friends, and you’ll find a spot waiting for you.
  • Program: Are you keen on planning your day down to the last detail? The entire schedule of events and showcases is generally released in early October. Check back closer to the event for a detailed breakdown of what’s happening and when. This will allow you to maximise your time and ensure you don’t miss out on any highlights.

Tickets & Booking:

  • Tickets: Ready to secure your place among fellow agricultural enthusiasts? Purchase your ticket today at 123tix. Don’t wait too long; tickets for such a revered event are in high demand!
  • Book a Site: Are you an exhibitor looking to showcase your products or services? SITE BOOKINGS are now open online. It’s an excellent opportunity for businesses to reach a passionate and engaged audience. Just click on the link to book your spot, and you’ll be set to share your offerings with the ANFD community.

See You There!

Behind the scenes, the team, including McArdles, works tirelessly to ensure everything is in perfect order. From the gleaming windows to the meticulously cleaned facilities, our dedication to making the event flawless is unwavering.

So, whether you’re an agricultural professional, a curious onlooker, or someone who enjoys a day out in the heart of Australia’s farming community, the Australian National Field Days promises an experience like no other.

Come, be a part of this grand tradition. Embrace the spirit of the land, engage with the community, and soak in the knowledge and culture that ANFD has to offer. We’re excited to see you there, experiencing the event in all its pristine glory, thanks to the combined efforts of all involved.

Here are some services we provide:

McArdles Cleaning & Restoration Technicians are the “face” of our business and more than likely the people you will have the most contact with. All of our technicians are highly trained – not only in the professional services they provide, but also in customer service. We see staff technical training as being a very important aspect of our service and hold frequent training sessions where all of our staff have the opportunity to develop and extend their knowledge.