Two weeks on from when the gates opened to the public, the final day of the Show is suddenly upon us.
A collection of old favourites have delighted showgoers at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show, with some of the more traditional rides proving popular with both young and old.
The Show is the perfect place to take your tastebuds on an adventure, with an array of weird and wonderful food ready for tasting.
The Sydney Royal Easter show is the perfect family event. Thousands of families attend the show each year as visitors, but did you know the Show is also a social family event for many of the exhibitors?
Among city folk who visit the Show daily, it’s a little known fact that hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of animals call the Showground home for the two week duration. Over 800 people sleep at the Show every night, most in large wooden boxes called ‘lofts’.
The Sydney Royal Easter Show is all about showcasing the best of the best – and when you look closely, there certainly is a sense of rivalry around the grounds. From food stalls, to the animal exhibits, and even the show rides, the competition is fierce and modesty is for the faint hearted.
There’s no point in being passive at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show, with plenty of tactile experiences to heighten the reality of your showday.
An event as large as the Sydney Royal Easter Show doesn’t come together without the help of a special bunch of people. With over 300 volunteers attending the Show each day, they are hard not to miss.
The Sydney Royal Easter Show is a metropolis of country style. The country folk know how it’s done, and there’s more to it than just cowboy hats and boots.
Animal competitions at the Show are often fierce, with competitors exhibiting their prized animal for a chance to win a coveted Sydney Royal ribbon.
With animals judged on everything from appearance, temperament and behaviour, exhibitors go to any lengths to ensure their animal is in prime condition.