After two years of being cancelled Kempsey Show was back bigger than ever.
Show president Stewart Witchard said it was the first show back since 2019 after COVID-19, floods and the pandemic again cancelled the event.
"We have come out with a bang and given it our all," Mr Witchard said.
There were 280 exhibitors in the pavilion, 80 school students competing in cattle judging and 20 studs on show with 50 head of cattle.
"People have wanted to get back into the show circuit after two years with horse competitors from Victoria to Queensland," he said.
Kempsey's young woman was awarded Katie Barnett, who is the show's cattle steward and India Dowling took out the teen category and junior Lilly Rosten.
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