The 106th Nabiac/Wallamba District Agricultural and Horticultural Show was held on the weekend, with something for everyone.
From farmyard animals to racing pigs and jumping dogs, there was plenty to see, touch, taste and hear.
Dave Reeve has been the president of the Show Association for 20 years now, and has been involved for another 20 years before that.
He has seen many different attractions roll through, but one thing that never changes, he said, is that the show is for everyone.
“It’s always been a good show, something for everyone,” he said.
“The kids just love it, parents too, but there are so many things for the kids, that’s what sets us apart from other shows.”
There was music, face painting, horse dog and cattle events, farm animals, Clydesdale, and much more. Arts, craft, produce, fireworks and the infamous demolition derby ensured there was something for everyone.