The Collie Agricultural Society’s annual Collie Show is on from 9am, this Saturday, 19 November, at the Wallsend Showgrounds in Collie.
This year’s show will be bigger than ever, with lots of entertainment on and off the stage right up until 10pm, as well as all of your show favourites.
Be amazed at Tyrannosaurus Park, Bunbury Batman, roving magician Robbie Deans and parkour performers Freerun X5.
Check out the skills of local artists, artisans and craftspeople with displays open at the pavilion from 9am to 8pm. Poultry is on display until 4.30pm.
Other attractions include Old McDonald’s Farm, goats alpacas and cows, an old machinery display, pottery display, wine tasting, equestrian events, market stalls and Sideshow Alley. A kid’s tent will have free activities from 10am-4pm.
The always-impressive fireworks display is set to light up the skies from 8.30pm, and local bands Broken and South Jam will keep you humming with live music on the Bendigo Bank stage until the show closes at 10pm.
Admission is $15 per person, $10 concession, children under 13 free when accompanied by a paying adult.
For more information, head to the Collie Agricultural Society’s website or phone 9734 5543.