The 2016 Bulahdelah Show runs from 18-19 November and is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever.
Organisers are expecting large crowds for the popular Rodeo and Demolition Derby events with spectacular Fireworks also planned.
Added to the traditional woodchopping, cattle judging, dog show, camp draft, baby animal farm and pavilion displays plus all the thrills and spills of Sideshow Alley, there is sure to be something for everyone.
Show Society Secretary Bernadette Newton said everything is on track for a great weekend.
“We are very happy with the program of events,” she said.
“It’s a busy time with final preparations and getting the pavilions and grounds ready, but it’s all coming along really well.”
Walshie from Great Lakes FM Radio will be on hand with plenty of giveaways and competitions and will be broadcasting live from the Show on the Saturday.
Other events including Chainsaw Races, Mower Mulisha, Men’s Cake Auction, Pet Show, Stagecoach Hold-Up and Chariot Races are also included in the action-packed program.
The Show will be officially opened by Federal Member for Lyne Dr David Gillespie at 1.30pm on the Saturday.
To assist with transport, a bus will leave Hawks Nest on the Saturday morning and will return following the fireworks.
Pick-up points and times will be advertised shortly.
Mrs Newton told News Of The Area the Show is a fun event that brings the whole community together.
“We could not run the Show without the support of the community and we very much appreciate the hours put in by our volunteers, we would be lost without them,” she said.
“Each year the proceeds of the Show are given to a worthy charitable organisation in Bulahdelah.”
Mrs Newton said new volunteers are always welcome to come along and lend a hand.
Anyone wishing to volunteer can contact the Show Society on 0499884747
By Daniel SAHYOUN