Let the entertainment begin

Crowd Pleaser: From animals and agricultural displays to rides and show bags, there is something on offer for everyone at the Dubbo Show. Photo: Belinda Soole.
Crowd Pleaser: From animals and agricultural displays to rides and show bags, there is something on offer for everyone at the Dubbo Show. Photo: Belinda Soole.

It's that time of year again when delicious smells and excited screams fill the air, of course it's time for the 2019 Dubbo Show. This year promises the return of all the crowd favourites along with some new and exciting entertainment and events.

Winner Winner: Gemma Tink and her grandfather Wayne Jeffery try out their luck feeding the clowns at the Dubbo Show. Photo: Belinda Soole.

Winner Winner: Gemma Tink and her grandfather Wayne Jeffery try out their luck feeding the clowns at the Dubbo Show. Photo: Belinda Soole.

While the drought has left it's mark on the region, show time always presents a great opportunity for farmers, locals and visitors to get together and celebrate the best Dubbo and the surrounding area has to offer. Stock entries might be slightly down on last year but a jam packed pavilion full of a wonderful array of arts and crafts, delicious baked goods, and stunning home grown produce, will more than make up for it.

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The 146th running of the Dubbo Show guarantees non stop action with sideshow alley set to get the crowd fired up. From the dizzying Cha-Cha and Hurricane to the ever popular dodgem cars, there will be rides and sideshow games suitable for all ages. New attractions to this year include the spectacular Showtime FX team performing their daring range of motorcycle stunts, the Robertson's Family Circus and there will also be a Lego Challenge with two age groups set to battle it out to see is the Lego master.

Tasty Treats: There is nothing better at the show than a dagwood dog, just ask Cooper Pichtin, Oscar Unger and Jasper Tuckey. Photo: Paige Williams.

Tasty Treats: There is nothing better at the show than a dagwood dog, just ask Cooper Pichtin, Oscar Unger and Jasper Tuckey. Photo: Paige Williams.

Crowd favourites that continue the agricultural history of the show will also be enjoyed including the yard dog trials, Young Farmers Challenge, and the speed shear and wood chopping competitions. Of course no show is complete with the highlights of the weekend, the Dubbo Miss Showgirl competition and the jaw dropping fireworks display. The Dubbo Show will be held on May 24, 25 and 26. For more information visit www.dubboshow.org.