The return of a grand parade will get the 2018 Bega Show off to a huge start on Friday night.
It’s expected to be the biggest parade for many years, led by Geoff Cochrane’s bullock team pulling an old mail wagon and followed by countless rural ag suppliers and show favourites.
Be there by 6.30pm to see horses, dairy cattle, old and new motorbikes, B-double trucks, 4WD club members, old tractors, vintage cars, new farm machinery, police, ambulance and fire vehicles, the Bega Town Band and many more parading around the main showground. The night will finish with a huge fireworks display.
On Saturday, the Crack Up Sisters are back to entertain along with flat track slide motorcycles and the pavilion exhibits at their best. Oyster judging with Simon Marnie, livestock displays and the animal nursery, with harness racing in the evening.
Don’t miss the Vegemite and peanut butter sampling!
Rounding things off on Sunday night will be post ripping followed by the popular demolition derby.