THE Donald Show will have show-goers excited over its two-day event on Friday and Saturday.
Donald Agricultural Society committee member Nicole Nunn said she hoped for a bigger and better show this year.
“We have planned a great and affordable day out with fun for all ages,” she said.
Returning this year is the twilight show jumping on Friday night.
Mrs Nunn said she expected it to be one of the main attractions.
She said the entertainment organised for Saturday would be free for all show-goers.
“We have a mobile zoo, a mini circus and an animal nursery,” she said.
People can guarantee to be amazed by the fire twirling and knife throwing performance.
Mrs Nunn said the extreme trial motorbike stunt show was also set to impress.
“We hope it will be a big draw card,” she said.
The annual horse events will be on both Saturday and Sunday.
The Donald Show will once again host its sport shearing competition with a $2500 prize pool up for grabs.
Mrs Nunn said markets, stalls and the pavilion would be open for show-goers to wander.
“We have entries in photography, arts and crafts, sheep, grain and poultry,” she said. “Entries have been high and we hope it will be a great two-day event.”