THERE will be animals, art exhibitions, rides for tots to teens and of course show bags at the 141st Camperdown show.
Camperdown Pastoral and Agricultural Society president Catherine O'Flynn said a small group of volunteers had been working hard in the lead-up to Saturday's show. "It's been a huge job," she said.
"We've had seven working bees to bring it up to standard.
"We're a committee of eight but quite a lot of friends and family are roped in."
Committee members and volunteers from the Camperdown Men's Shed were yesterday kept busy putting on the final touches at the Adeney Street showgrounds. This year's show will have a new ride, the Cyclone, to entertain thrillseekers.
"There will be eight different rides for tots to teens, musicians, clowns and a tree carver," Ms O'Flynn said.
"This year we have a huge entry of sheep, plus cattle, horses and poultry.
"There will also be antique cars, small engines and plenty of farm machinery on display. We also have a wonderful entry of artwork from local schools.
"Hopefully it's a great day."
The event will also include dog jumping, ute competitions and junior show personalities.
Camperdown Paralympian Josh Hose will officially open the show. Gates open at 9am.