Can you build a 30 centimetre tower in two minutes using nothing but chocolate and licorice?
That’s just one of the challenges at Junee’s Licorice Factory during this weekend’s Rhythm ‘n’ Rail Festival.
“We would love to have teams which have friendly rivalry,” organiser Rhiannon Druce said.
The chocolate challenge pits locals against tourists and friends against family in other tasks.
Junee’s Tony Butt and Neil Druce threw down the challenge to Riverina MP Michael McCormack and his wife Catherine ahead of the festival.
Fortunately, local knowledge helped Mr Butt and Mr Druce to win.
Up to 70 teams are expected to take part.
Junee’s Rhythm ‘n’ Rail Festival begins on Saturday March 12.