RIDES, animals, live entertainment and showbags attracted people of all ages to the 141st annual Horsham Show at the weekend.
The two-day event kicked off on Saturday evening, and continued on Sunday.
This year's show included shearing competitions, wood chopping demonstrations, and a miniature horse and pony show.
There was also live music, dance performances and yabby races.
Horsham Agriculture Society executive administrator Andrea Cross said people were streaming through the gate constantly on Sunday.
"We had a great crowd and I had a lot of people coming up to me saying we had put on a great show," she said.
A new feature of this year's show was the Agriculture Playground, which was constructed completely from recycled materials.
The playground included a maze with a giant haystack pyramid in the middle, along with a sandpit, which was filled with ping-pong balls.
"The playground was a huge highlight this year because it was a free activity for kids of all ages," Mrs Cross said.
She said another highlight was the Flipping Disc Dogz performances, which was a group that had recently performed on Australia's Got Talent.
She said Saturday evening was also a success, with all the traders pleased with the crowd.
Mrs Cross said the main attractions on Sunday evening included yabby races and the annual fireworks display.
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