The stage is set for another great Junee Show on Saturday, October 26 with the district ready to showcase the best it has to offer.
The show will be providing a top line up of entertainment, attractions and competitions.
The best part is that people can pass through the gates to enjoy a wide range of entertainment without hitting the hip pocket too hard.
A free highlight of this year's show will be the 14,000-litre mobile Berkley Super Fishing Tank which will take showgoers on an underwater journey with a massive display, complete with up to 20 live fish.
Other new, free attractions at this year's show include a Mouse Circus and a miniature bullet train, as well as performances by Murphy's Puppets, Bonkers the Clown and his balloon animals, a gumboot throwing competition and harness racing.
The show will be officially opened about 2pm and the winners of the 2019 Junee Showgirl competition announced, as well as the winners of the 200 Club.
Show schedules are available now from most Junee businesses, so be sure to get entries ready for show day before they close on Wednesday, October 23.
Don't forget to bring along a favourite pet to join in the pet show for the chance to win some great prizes, including for the happiest looking pet or the dog with the "waggiest" tail.
There will be plenty of food available from the main dining room as well as from the barbecue.
Free musical entertainment will be provided by the Wagga and District Highland Pipe Band throughout the afternoon, as well as the Junee Town Band. In the evening, Junee's own Tash Higginson will be performing.
The ladies lifestyle pavilion in the Belling Hall will showcase a variety of stalls with items to purchase, including cosmetics, jewellery and scented oils.
Junee District Co-Operative Society Limited, operators of the SUPA IGA, is once again the major sponsor of the show.
The Junee Show Society thanks the many other businesses and volunteers who support the local Show.
A spectacular fireworks grand finale will be held in the evening to conclude the show.
Cost of entry is $10 for adults, with a $5 pensioner refund upon presentation of pension card at the show office and $5 for children 15 years and under.
For further information, contact show secretary Patrya Cook on 0459 772 007.