Head to the 102nd Tyrendarra Show
ALL roads lead to Tyrendarra tomorrow as the Pastoral and Agricultural Society host its 102nd annual show.
More than 2000 people are expected to travel to the Tyrendarra Recreation Reserve to take in a bevy of competitions, exhibitions and entertainment, with a mix of traditional favourites and contemporary attractions sure to amuse everyone.
Classics, such as the sheaf tossing, cooking competitions, sheep and cattle competitions, and show jumping, will take place next to modern exhibitions, including the speed shearing, the horsemanship challenge and scarecrow competitions.
Tyrendarra Pastoral and Agricultural Society president Anne Burley said there was plenty on offer throughout the day.
“This year I am particularly looking forward to the new classes,” Mrs Burley said.
“The cooking section has new classes, including decorating an egg to look like an emoji.
“Other than that, there’s plenty to see and do, such as the show and shine, Punch and Judy performances and even the Lego display by some of our younger participants.
“If you’re unsure what to look at, just start at the front gate and just work your way through the sheds and stalls until you reach the back.”