Daredevils set to fly high at Dungog Show

PULSES RACING: The guys from Aussie FMX Motocross team are part of a jampacked schedule of events and displays at this year's Dungog Show.
PULSES RACING: The guys from Aussie FMX Motocross team are part of a jampacked schedule of events and displays at this year's Dungog Show.

Be amazed by the daredevil acrobatics of the Aussie FMX Motocross team at this year’s Dungog Show.

The action-packed spectacular is a feature event of this year’s show, which runs Friday, November 10 and Saturday, November 11 at Dungog Showground.

Now in its 124th year, the Dungog Show is one of Australia’s oldest country shows. Whether you come for the agriculture, the pavilion and cattle displays or the thrill of the post splitting competitions, there’s something for everyone.

The bikes take to the air at 5.30pm on Saturday and will leave everyone breathless with their feats.

They’re  just one of many fantastic attractions on display over the two days including  jampacked pavilion, animal and main arena schedules.

Action kicks off Friday at 8am with the campdraft. There will be piglet racing every hour from 9.30am both days, and camel races from 2pm.

The Pavilion opens 9am both days.

Entries for all Pavilion classes are encouraged. The classes are designed to be a fun experience and skill building with classes for all ages and levels of exhibitors, and you never know who is going to win.

The horse and stud stock competitions at the Dungog Show are some of the oldest competitions held on the Showground.

They recognise the best of the best and reward the achievements of competitors and breeders. The quality of animals is always high and competition is exciting.

For 2017 the Main Arena is showcasing a sport that has an element of danger, is definitely crazy and great for a side-splitting laugh.

Don't miss the horses, cattle, dog jump, live music, Showgirl and junior Showgirl presentation, the campdraft and of course the Demo Derby.

The grand parade takes place Saturday at 2pm and includes a lucky prize draw for all participants.

“Everything is shaping up for a great two days,” Dungog Show president Dugald Alison said.

For more information visit www.dungogshow.com.au.