With their prize-winning scarecrow at the Far South Coast National Show are (from left) Taylor Goldsmith, Morgan Castle, Max Goldsmith and (front) Evan Goldsmith.
Three-year-old Callie Smith competes in the under seven years assisted event.
A family tradition of judging dairy cattle at the Bega Show was upheld with Jared Cochrane (left) judging the Jerseys and his brother Craig, the Holsteins. Their father Alex (pictured with his sons and wife Sue) was also a judge, as was his brother Ian, his father Campbell, and his grandfather Robert.
Jacinta Day and Daphne Sweeney affix the prize cards to the children’s handcrafts.
Erica Dibden judges the cheese for a crowd of cheese-lovers at the pavilion at the show, explaining the methodology behind her picks for winning cheese.
Carole Edelkooit makes a new friend at the Show.
Kay George with her floral art hat creation.
Deborah Campbell listens to the feedback from Michael Hately as he judged dairy goats at this year’s Bega Show.
Dairy goats lining up for judging.
Gracie Broadbent with the many badges she made in the pavilion, a popular activity with children this year.
Spotted at the Bega Show on the weekend are (from left) Liberal stall worker Greg Hunting, of Tura Beach, Liberal candidate for Eden-Monaro Peter Hendy and Bega’s Margaret Collins.
Brett Jessop with his Smallridge Gibson Opal the champion Holstein and also the supreme champion dairy cow of show.
Riders on the Hurricane got a thrill at the Bega Show.
Viewmount Poppy 39, champion Illawarra cow with exhibitor Paul Ringland.
Josh McPaul from the Commonwealth Bank presents the champion Jersey cow trophy to Aaron Salway for Bundaberg Crackers Melba 3rd led by Ryan Salway.
Doris and Les Jessop watch the dairy cattle judging.
Friends Hollie Knowles, Lily Leckie-Fisher and Eliza Terrie are having a great time at the Bega Show.
Champion girl rider 13 years and under 18 years, Lauren Wheeler on DP Imperial.
Far South Coast National Show special guest Simon Marnie (left) catches up with show president Norm Pearce.
Simon Marnie from ABC Radio with Bega AP&H Society committee member Debbie McGufficke who had the winning bid in the oyster auction.
Winners of the nest dressed dogs, mother and daughter, Goldie and Coco with Bronte and Melinda Hack and pet show judge Jane Woolacott (centre).
Jackson Hoy with his Nana’s puppy Mia in the pet show.
Ashlee and Steven Monck with their decorated pumpkins.
The daredevil riders of the Showtime FMX (below) enthral the crowd at the Bega Show.
Jo Rodely of Tathra Oysters (right) shows the crowd the fabulous trophy presented to the winner of the Sydney Rock Oysters competition, watched on by Gary Rodely (left) and Simon Marnie.
Champion adult rider, Taelar Williams on Pikasso.
Member for Eden-Monaro Mike Kelly gets his blood pressure checked by ANU medical student Caitlin Coombes.
James Burgess triumphed in the poultry section, winning champion bird of the show with his black langsham male.
Good friends Emma Rogers and Jacinta Day prepare to check out the photo exhibition.
Rosa Hodder won best article of knitting 10 years and under at the Bega Show.
Bega Rotary Club member Anne Ducray presents a $2000 cheque to Charlie Bell, head of the Bega Showground buildings and grounds committee.
2012 Bega Showgirl winner Ali Preo (right) catches up with this year’s contestants (from left) Michelle Bartlett, Kimberley Constable and Charlotte Oastler.
Simon Marnie and his partner Amanda Brown show off the art present they received for being the Bega Show’s special guests.
Sisters Jasmyn and Jessie Smith enjoy cuddling up a puppy from the Animal Nursery at the Bega Show.
Enjoying the family-friendly atmosphere at the Bega Show are (from left) Dwight and Xavier Avery, of Dalmeny, Roger Smyth, of Narooma, with granddaughter Jasmine, editor of the BDN Ben Smyth and wife Mari, of Bega, Kirsty Avery, of Dalmeny, and Sharon Smyth, of Bega, with granddaughter Olivia Avery.
Terry the Great entertained crowd with juggling and tricks at the Bega Show.
Guthrie triplets (from back) Nash, Kobi and Liam, from Bombala, travel in style and shade on their way to the Animal Nursery.
Sand artist Tutti from sandinyoureyes.com wowed the crowd with his incredible sand sculpture, sponsored by Barker’s Tathra.
Kate Monck saws a lamb to Evie Umbers in the popular Animal Nursery.
Having a great time at the Far South Coast National Show are (from left) Tanna and Abbie Waterson with Maggie Ormes.
Toot The Magic Clown meets the Webb family, of Gippsland, (from left) Gemma (4), Anthony, Lisa and Chelsea (2).
Goat breeder Thelma Wheatley with the senior champion diary goat in show, Wattlefarm Marlo.
Assisting the barbecue trolley team in the Tarranganda Woodies challenge is Mr Zhang (left) with Richard Kline, who got a quick less lesson in carpentry by joining the team.
Clare Conman (left) and Jacquie Wood watch their teammates as Simon Marnie offers tips in the Tarranganda Woodies challenge.
The crowd may have declared the dog kernel team the winners of the Tarranganda Woodies challenge, but new resident Ollie was so impressed.
Christian Allman pats a lamb at the Animal Nursery, watched by Kate Monck from Tarranganda Rural Youth, the group that runs the popular exhibit.
Tarraganda Rural Youth members Lili Armstrong and Shyanna King meet a couple of cute puppies at the Bega Show.
Ashleigh Whyman received a ribbon and a toy bunny for winning the under seven assisted event.
Michelle Bartlett is all smiles after being named the 2013 Bega Showgirl winner.
Young and old from across the district brave the bungie jump in sideshow alley.