Les Jessop sashes Aaron Salway's Bundaberg Crackers Melbas 2 as champion Jersey cow at the annual Cobargo Show.
The Dibden family (from left) Ry, Cooper and Cheryl, were there to support little Tea Rose in the tiny tots competition at the Cobargo Show
Lisa and Anthony Harrow with Mitzy, who was keen to watch the dog jumping, at the Cobargo Show.
Hazel Robertson, Tiny Tot of the Cobargo Show.
Proud mum Kylie Hite with her daughter baby Maddison at the tiny tots competition.
Visiting the pavilion at the Cobargo Show are Joanne Huk with her mother Judith Seaman.
Jenny Alcock judges the preserves at the Cobargo Show.
Waiting for the tiny tots competition to start are (from left) Doris Jessop, Les Jessop and Heidi Hanscombe with contestant Sienna Jessop.
Watching the ring events at the Cobargo Show are (from left) Catherine McEwan, Stefan Talmatzky and Lorraine Melanson.
Cowboys in training from across the district tried their luck at Cobargo Show’s mini rodeo.
Antique motorbikes attract a lot of attention in the pavilion.
Norma Allen, the proud winner of the champion exhibit in the cake section.
The stewards set up the popular craft section in the pavilion at the Cobargo Show.
Winner of the Cobargo Baby at the tiny tots competition Dakota Rees with her mum Angie Gannon.
Baby Sarah is all dressed up for the tiny tots competition.
Friends Leah Schaefer and Nalani Clark are having a great time at the Cobargo Show.
Secretary Lynne Parr (seated) checks the results for the 10th and last time. Described by president Kevin Allen as “a tower of strength” Lynne will hand over to Ros Mead, (also pictured) who will be show secretary next year.
The SES Platypus waves to the crowd at the Cobargo Show grand parade.
Emerson Armstrong and her pony Sunny at the fancy dress competition during the horse events at the Cobargo Show.
Vashti Herbert, winner of the Lee and Nguyen Perpetual Trophy.
David Whiting judges the vegetables.
Cobargo Show president of 60 years ago, Bernie Wakeling, sashes Grant Jessop’s Smallridge Sanchez Snow as champion Holstein of the show. It was also supreme champion dairy cow of the show.
Ailsa Bartlett judges the knitting with Cheryl Turney as steward.
Bertha Thompson (right) from Lord Howe Island and her sister June Motbey watch the dairy judging. Bertha (nee Tyrrell) comes every year to the Cobargo Show and exhibits as well.
Hayley Boreham with her prize-winning stool in the under 17 years handcraft section.
Cobargo Showgirl Emma Lee sashes Craig Corby’s grand champion bull Goldstein Park Hard Wine.
James Burgess with his black Langshan, supreme champion bird of the show.
David Oliver judges the poultry.
Craig Corby with his supreme beef animal of the Cobargo Show, White Lakes Daisy Dust, and judge Max Atkins.