There was no shortage of tasty treats, dizzying rides and smiling faces yesterday at day one of the annual Wagga Show, despite a slow start.
Keeping to the historical trend, the weather did not work in favour of the outdoor event though as wind and rain blasted the grounds, but that did not stop the city from getting among the action.
With skies beginning to clear as the afternoon went on, one little show goer went for a spin on the 'Cha Cha'.
"It was really fun, I can't wait to eat lots of fairy floss and hot chips," 5-year-old Lily Hoey said.
It was a quiet day for the St John Ambulance crew too, according to superintendent Leia Thiele who minded the stand on Friday.
"We tend to have more people when it's warmer looking for sunscreen or panadol, so we haven't had that today but as it picks up into the night there's usually some bandaids handed out for friction burn on the jumping castle and that sort of thing," she said.
The show will wrap up tonight for another year with a spectacular fireworks display.