That's how Wallamba District A&H Show secretary/treasurer Lyn Reid has described the 107th annual Nabiac show.
With more than 4000 people pouring through the gates and some of the best weather the event has experienced in recent times, she confirmed it was a huge success.
"The day was magnificent right through," she said.
"We couldn't have asked for a better day."
Featuring a host of exhibits and activities for all ages, she said everyone enjoyed themselves and the feedback pointed to it being the best show in years.
Among the highlights were a revamped demolition derby, an entertaining game of car soccer featuring a giant soccer ball and two excavators as goalkeepers, mower racing, dog high jump and of course the usual favourites like showjumping, animal displays, and fireworks.
Asked about the enduring appeal of the Nabiac show, Mrs Reid said the fact it was a small, one-day event with a lot of action contributed to its success.
"We cram as much as possible into it," she said.
"It's all there for you."