It is nearly showtime again at Nabiac with Saturday, March 23, set as this year’s date.
Set just off the Pacific Highway, Taree, the show is very easy to find.
Only a small, one day affair, Nabiac Show packs in as much fun as it can for the public to enjoy.
Wallamba District Agricultural and Horticultural Association try to keep the show an agricultural show with ring events, show jumping, goats, beef, poultry, and show dogs all on show.
Many schools send their agricultural students along to compete in the beef cattle competitions with a special class for them in the Junior Paraders competition.
“It is great seeing young people keen to partake in working with the land and cattle,” association secretary Lyn Reid said.
“In the hall are fabulous displays of craft, art, photography, cooking, knitting and sewing, and the floral displays are beautiful.
“The produce shed will be filled with a plethora of locally grown fruit and vegetables – the size of some of the pumpkins is unbelievable.
“Entertainment will include the kids’ pet competition which has attracted many adult entries, Troppo Bob the kids magician, Quenorie the face painter, Snake Tails reptile display, Greigo the Great magician, Joe May the clown, market stalls and the carnival.
“The Demo Derby is at 6:30pm and to cap the night off, Ka Boom Fireworks let their rockets fly at 8pm.”
- Visit: www.nabiac.com.