For 111 years, the Ganmain Show has rolled into town to bring smiles to the faces of residents and visitors.
Stephen Hatty, president of the Ganmain Show Society, said reaching the milestone is an achievement.
"We take pride in our show and we hope to keep it going for a while yet," he said.
"There will be all the showtime attractions; sideshow alley, all the animals to see and we have new events.
"One being an inter-school junior auctioneer competition which gives the students a chance to step into that role."
For all the exhibits, ring events and show dog competition, judging will start at 9am. The pavilion opens at midday with fireworks set to light the sky after dark.
Entry for adults is $15, $10 for pensioners, $5 for 10 to 16-year-olds and under 10 is free.