Skydiving, camels, entertainment and more at Taree fair

FROM camel rides to a skydive on the school field - there is something for everyone at the St Joseph's Taree Spring Fair this Saturday. September 6.

The fair, to be held from 10am to 2pm, will be a great family day with plenty of activities for the whole family. A jumping castle, camel rides, face painting, food stalls, craft stalls and plenty of activities is just the start.

Mark Brody from Skydiving NSW Drop Zone - and one lucky fair-goer - will be skydiving onto the school's back field in a spectacular display.

Matt Zarb will be performing, along with the all schools band, choir and strings ensemble. Other entertainment will include Troppo Bob's magic show, Tex and Bundy and Fatty the Rat Rod.

There will be a great stock of books for a book stall at the fair, which will join traditional fair activities such as cake and craft stalls, tombola, lop a choc and white elephant stall.

There will be a historic car and stationary engine display, reptile display, photo booth, chocolate wheel, trackless train, craft activities and more. There will also be plenty to eat with Devonshire teas on offer, a sausage sizzle, cakes, sandwiches and coffee joining traditional fair favourites such as popcorn and fairy floss.

Come and join in the fun!

For more information contact 0402 725 604, email or follow the fair on facebook, St Joseph's Taree Spring Fair 2104.