Get ready for two huge days of family fun because the Camden Show is back.
Thousands of people will flock to Camden Bicenntennial Equestrian Park on March 16 and 17 for the annual agricultural event.
Show secretary Jo Martin said the event was not to be missed.
“The show is certainly shaping up to be another two big days of family fun with loads to see and do,” she said.
”There are a few changes to the show itself this year and we hope you enjoy them along with all the usual activities.
“After 10 years of only having show jumping on Fridays, this year it is returning to the Main Arena on Saturday as well.”
Flyball is also making a return this so families can enjoy watching athletic dogs race one another to see who is the champion.
Ms Martin said fan favourite events would also be back to thrill audiences including the Isuzu Team D-MAX Precision Driving Team.
“It’s definitely an adrenalin rush for the competitors and spectators alike,” she said.
“We are fortunate to have one of the last working Bullock teams in NSW at the show again this year to demonstrate how things used to be done before trucks came along.
“These animals are truly mesmerising and are controlled using voice commands.”
Noah’s Racing Pigs are squealing their way back to the show to entertain people of all ages.
“These gorgeous little pigs are a pleasure to watch for young and old alike and are a must see,” Ms Martin said.
“The ever popular Lumberjack Show is back again to deliver a high energy, action packed show that is guaranteed to leave you laughing, clapping, cheering and gasping.”
Visitors can also take in freestyle motorcycle shows and the popular drovers camp.
“Last year we had more than 41,000 people in attendance and look forward to hosting similar numbers again,” Ms Martin said.
“We would also like to welcome and encourage all the many current and new residents from the growing Macarthur region and beyond that have never experienced the Camden Show to attend.”
Ms Martin said Camden Show’s country flair kept people coming back.
“The Camden Show is and has always been run almost entirely by volunteers from the community, for the community,” she said.
“There are so many things to see and do from early morning to late evening.
“Agriculture is the backbone of Australia and the Camden Show aims to highlight and celebrate the value of farmers and growers, especially in our local region, all whilst remaining ‘Still A Country Show’.”