THOUSANDS of people braved the chilly weekend conditions to take in the sights and sounds of the 2021 Dubbo Show.
Coming from across the state, showgoers were treated to a packed schedule of agricultural competitions from the meat sheep shed, to the cattle ring and everything inbetween.
Traditional favourites such as sideshow alley, the annual Saturday night fireworks display and horse competitions were in full swing, as the show made its grand return from a COVID-19-enforced hiatus.
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The annual prime lamb hoof and hook competition was a highlight of the three-day event, as punters dug deep to snap up a variety of donated lambs, meat and even a puppy for charity.
A total of more than $41,000 was raised for a raft a local charities including The Black Dog Institute, The Royal Flying Doctors Service and the Dubbo Junior Rugby Club.
Next year's show will run from May 27 to May 29.
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