From show girls to show chickens - the 141st Taree Show will have something on show for all the family when it opens its gates on October 11.
One of the many highlights of this year's show will be the RAS Junior Judging of fruit/vegetables, meat sheep and grain, with the winners going on to the Sydney Royal Show in 2020.
"We have sideshow alley for the thrill seekers, kiddies korner with face painting, balloons and more," said show secretary Dayna Wilson.
"There will also be wood chop and chainsaw events over the weekend and horse events in the main arena all weekend.
"There will also be the popular dog show on Sunday and pet show Saturday."
The Arts and Craft Pavilion will also be a major attraction where show-goers will see lovely handmade crafts, paintings and cakes.
The event will feature exceptional exhibits with extra sections incorporating wood turning and metal work.
In the Agriculture Hall visitors can take in the lovely flowers on display and fruit and vegetables that have been locally grown.
"Don't forget about the cattle, chooks, goats and sheep - there is something to interest everyone," said Dayna.
"There will be lovely fresh cooked food on the grounds, sit and enjoy a meal in the tea rooms or grab something quick from the canteen and keep moving around the grounds."
Revving up Saturday evening is the Aussie FMX Motor Cross Bikes,which is always a massive favourite with the crowd.
A Young Farmer's Challenge Final will also be held on Saturday and the evening along with a raft of entertainment for the whole family including the Aussie FMX team and the highly anticipated fireworks display.
Sunday is sure to be a huge crowd puller with the dog show, reptile displays by Reptile World Coffs Harbour and the Bangerz Race followed by the Demolition Derby, beginning at 2:30pm.
The official opening and grand parade will begin at 2pm on Saturday with all ring events starting at 8am each day with gates opening at 6am.
For more information about what's on at the 141st Taree Show, visit: www.tareeshow.org