Whether you like browsing through the pavilions or watching the action-packed demolition derby, there will be something for every at this year's Inverell Show.
Starting on Friday, February 28, the show will have plenty to see and do right through until Sunday, March 1. Pavilions will open on Wednesday, February 26 from 3.30pm until 6pm and judging will take place the following day.
Pavilions entries range from cooking, flowers, fruit, garden produce, jams, photography to name a few.
Show Society secretary Robyn Brown was happy to announce the show will have a Campdraft this year.
Commencing from 8am on Friday, there will be four runs per competitor due to the limited cattle available
"It's rare, we've been very lucky. The Campdraft will provide quite a bit of entertainment for Friday."
Two rings will run on Friday; the stock horse ring and the district ring. Miniature and pinto horse will also compete.
Some of the best bull riders around the district will try their luck on Friday night as they compete in the ABCRA affiliated rodeo.
The action will start around 7pm with the showgirl presentation. Bar, food and the sideshows will also be operating.
On Friday and Saturday, there will be two petting zoos operating. The first Amazing Animals to You and the second Reptile Kingdom.
"Saturday is our bigger day, we have showjumping, the stockman's challenge, working dog trials, cattle judging, poultry judging, a big woodchop program, shearing, a Polo-X display and whipcrack."
Later on in the evening Rooftop Express will take place before the demolition derby around 9.30pm.
There's cash up for grabs for first, second and third place-getters. Entry forms are available from the secretary's office.
Ms Brown said with so much happening across the three days, residents were encouraged to grab a program and go for a walk around the showgrounds.
"We've had a lot of sponsorship and support from the townspeople, business community and people from out of town. Now we just need the community to come and support the fun weekend," she said.
Run in conjunction with the show weekend will be a 2020 Rural Health Initiative that will feature around 10 different health services situated at the main pavilion.
People are welcome to venture around and speak with the health services to find out how they might be able to help you or someone you know.