It took 26 talented members of the Wagga Cake Decorators Guild just one month to create all the sugar art for their display.
Based on the theme school sports carnival the groups display will compete against others from around the state.
“There is some good rivalry between branches for the competition,” Wagga Cake Decorators Guild president Ken Robinson said.
“We are thrilled to bits with how our display turned out.”
Members of Wagga are spread out around the region so parts of the display were made in Shepparton, Albury and Melbourne and all sent in.
It then took three members all day Sunday to put it together. The display includes a turning 100m dash.
Branches from across the state will meet in Wagga this weekend for the seminar with some of them bringing a display to compete against Wagga.
Cake Decorators Guild of NSW seminar will be held for the first time in Wagga this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Five demonstrations will be conducted for members to learn about the latest techniques and technology in the cake decorating world.
While these demonstrations are closed to the general public there will be a display open all weekend for the public to view at the Wagga RSL Club.
Entry is by gold coin donation which will then be donated to Angels for the Forgotten. The charity aims to support vulnerable and abused children.
It is expected 180 members will decent on Wagga including people from around the country, New Zealand, Japan and one of the guests from America.
The seminar runs every two years and has been held in Orange and Mittagong.
Anyone interested in joining the Wagga group can contact Mr Robinson at HD Cake Decorators on 242 Baylis Street.