The Camperdown Show committee is busy getting the grounds ready for its much-anticipated annual event on Saturday.
Taking place at the pristine showgrounds against a backdrop of rugged volcanic landscapes, secretary Amanda Manifold said it would be a traditional agricultural show.
"We make it so we're different, just come and have a good family day out," she said.
"There will be lots of things to do as a family for free, such as face painting and a show bag treasure hunt. It will be a really interactive day.
"We will have all local musicians playing live music all day and plenty of different food stalls."
There will be the dog high jump, animal nursery, pet parade and dachshund dash, a beaut ute competition with over 15 classes for all types of utes, a showmen's guild, as well as vintage vehicle and machinery displays.
The Camperdown arts group will be incorporated for the first time, contributing to the craft pavilion and trade stalls around the arena and in the newly-refurbished Leura Pavilion.
The horse riding competitions will be fiercely contested over two days, with entrants from the south-west and beyond expected to turn out.
"The horses on the arena are such a spectacular sight," Jennifer Downie said.
"There will be a display of Icelandic ponies, they will give us a display of their tolting, which is a particular gait that they have. They're the only horse who does it.
"This is the first year we've had that."
The theme of this years' show is 'Together We Are A Great Community'.
"This year at the Camperdown Show we are highlighting the wonderful array of not-for-profit groups in our region and the magnificent work they do locally, nationally and internationally," Ms Manifold said.
Find out more information on the show website.
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