Bulahdelah Show hits new heights

The official opening featured showgirls.

THE Bulahdelah Show, having been voted one of the top ten shows in rural NSW, pulled out all stops to ensure that the 2023 edition would be bigger and better than ever.

With near perfect weather, this year’s Show didn’t disappoint, offering everything from dagwood dogs to dodgem cars, cattle to the carnival and everything in between.

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The Show also gave a unique insight into the local agricultural community and a taste of what rural life has to offer.

The event was officially opened by State Member for Myall Lakes, Tanya Thompson.

“Rural shows have a special place in my heart and I can remember asking my father for more money so I could go on more rides,” Ms Thompson said.

From the inaugural yabby races, school musical performances and junior bull rides to the spectacular fireworks conclusion, there was entertainment for all tastes.

Crowd favourites included the demolition derby, wrestling and sideshow alley.

“The show was well supported by the competitors and everyone said what a great show it was,” Show President Gary Gooch said.

Proceeds from the Show will be distributed to aid community organisations.

This year marks 40 years since the Bulahdelah Show was re-formed.

In the early 1920s, the Bulahdelah branch of the Agricultural Bureau conducted their first show.

For many years, the annual show was a main annual focus for the community.

In 1983 the Bulahdelah Show Society was re-formed after a break and has been organising the Bulahdelah Show ever since.

The Show Committee would like to thank all their sponsors and the community for supporting the various events and making the Show the success that it was.

More photos of the show can be located at the Bulahdelah Show Facebook page.


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