The Illabo show kicked off with a bang on Saturday, full to the brim with dizzying rides, furry friends and enough showbags to last a lifetime.
Just shy of a century, the 99th show continues into the evening as a clear crowd pleaser.
Show Society secretary Nicole Hopkins said there was something for everyone at the big event.
"We've had a great crowd, it's such a well supported event that the community continues to get behind and all the pavillions have been full," she said.
The main event - a helicopter drop with a prize of $2500 up for grabs - is looming overhead, with Mrs Hopkins saying there were plenty of entries.
With everything from sheep dog trials and horse ring events to arts and crafts judging and petting zoos for the little ones, the Illabo Show put smiles on everyone's faces.
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Almost over for another year, organisers and the community alike are ready to mark next year's event on the calendar.
"We're already really looking forward to the big 100 next year," Mrs Hopkins said.