There's been a steady flow of people through the gates for the Dungog Show which continues tomorrow, Saturday November 9.
Whether you come for the agriculture, the pavilion and cattle displays or the thrill of the post splitting there's something for everyone at the Dungog Show.
Now in its 126th year and one of the oldest country shows in Australia, the show is showing no signs of waning.
The traditional ring events and show rides are joined with dog races, the hotly contested camel races and thrilling Aussie FMX motorbike performances.
This year Droughtmaster, Dark Liquor Dungog and the show committee have teamed together for a drought fundraiser.
A donation of $1 will go to Buy A Bale from each can of Droughtmaster beer sold at the show.
Dungog Shire Council's "Including You" tent is back for its fourth year at the show, providing a space for a "time out" for those with sensory needs.
Set up near the animal nursery it is a great escape for children and adults who may find the sounds and smells of the show a little overwhelming.
On its opening day, Friday, November 8, The Junior Farm Hands Adventure saw a steady stream of students involved in a variety of fun activities.
On Saturday, November 9, there's the grand parade followed by the national anthem and the official opening is at 2pm.
There's plenty of action in the ring before that.
In the morning the horse events start from 7.30am with cattle and poultry judging from 8am and the post splitting heats starting at 10am.
The animal nursery runs all day on both days and the ladies auxiliary pavilion has a wealth of cooking, crafts and produce displays.
The camel races are sure to be a hit with the crowd again this year.
A fireworks display finishes off the show with the demolition derby providing plenty of fun for families.
The band We Don't Judge takes the stage from 9pm.