The Camden Show has gone from strength to strength – and this year will be no different.
The popular community event has become one the biggest agricultural shows in NSW.
Secretary Jo Martin said they had plenty of new attractions on offer on Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1.
“We will have mini goats this year and the sheep will be back again too,” she said.
“We also have a new BMX stunt group who will be teaming up with the lumberjacks and there is also a new feel to our Saturday night show as well.
“There is a bit of a team challenge involved.”
Ms Martin said the show society had taken people’s feedback on board and made more room for seating areas.
“This year the president’s arena will be used as the presidents picnic area,” she said.
“We had feedback last year that wasn’t enough seats or shade around, and we do listen, so we have made it a seating area with shade so people can sit back and enjoy the setting.”
Camden Show favourites will be sure to entertain.
The cattle, horses and dogs will be on show, along with rides, show bags and food vendors.
The rodeo, racing pigs, brumby run and firework display are also back to delight audiences.
“It’s two big days of family fun, there is something for everyone from arts and crafts to livestock and rides,” Ms Martin said.
“People can spend as little or as much as they like.
“Bring a picnic and just enjoy the show.”
Children can also learn about where their food comes from at the Kids Interactive tent and education tent.
For those wanting to enjoy the rodeo, the main arena will also display all of the action live on the big screen on Friday night.
“If you have been before then come again there is something different every year,” Ms Martin said.
“It’s agricultural based but we like to keep things current and give people something new to discover.”