With COVID-19 cancelling last year’s event, the 2021 Narrabri Show is set to be bigger and better than ever.
In addition to the 31 competitions running across the three-day event, the Narrabri Show will feature a variety of entertainment, suitable for all ages.
Gates will open at 8am on Friday, April 30, with the secretary’s office and canteen opening at the same time.
The official show opening will take place at 6pm that night, where the junior and senior Showgirls will be announced.
At 7pm the rodeo will begin in the bull riding ring.
Around 9.30pm, once the rodeo has finished, Leon Cunningham will be performing live music.
Keep the kids entertained on Saturday with Dinkum Dinosaurs, showing at 9am, 11am, 12.15pm, 2.30pm and 4.30pm.
Attendees will get the chance to learn about dinosaurs, see real fossils, dance with the four-metre-tall disco dinosaur, meet and greet the stars of the show and even get a photo of them riding one
of the dinosaurs.
For the adventurous young ones, North West Climbing will have a rock wall.
Rock climbing sessions will take place between 11am and 5pm during the day.
Phil Melbourne will also be running the wood chopping competition from 2.30pm for anyone interested in watching.
At 6.30pm, the Trackskill V8 ute show will commence – the drivers will also be performing earlier in the day, at 2pm and 5pm, before the full car show at night.
At 7pm the fireworks show will start, visible from almost anywhere on the grounds, before Hand of Hearts take the stage to entertain the crowd at 8pm on the Saturday night.
Not to mention the competitions, pavilions and rides – there’s something for everyone at the Narrabri Show.
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