Plenty to fill up your day
Entertainment, action galore
AFULL day of competition in the ring at the Mundubbera Show will be seen on Saturday with led stud horses, hacks, rider classes and show jumping events.
The ute muster will be on Saturday aswell as the judging of stud cattle, poultry, dogs and goats.
Rodeo and wood chopping are also crowd pleasing Saturday events.
The woodchops start at 10am and the Mundubbera CRCA Points Scoring Rodeo events at 1pm.
Back to the action of the rodeo, there will be a poddy ride for the un- der-11s, junior steer ride for competitors 11-under-13 years, a junior, rookie and open bull ride and a barrel race.
After 5pm the great night time program begins and includes: a Farmers’ Challenge, dog jumping, tug-o-war, spectacular fireworks by KC’s Fireworks Displays and the music of Bruce McGilvery and DJ Cameron Zipf to keep the entertainment going until late.
Dinner will be catered by Kel’s Katering with sit down or take-away meals available from 6.30pm Saturday and the bar re- maining open until 11pm.
The Art Union prize is two nights’ accommodation for four people at Bargara Motor Inn and three other great prizes and will be drawn at the show on Saturday night.
The success of the showis dependent on many volunteers and on an involved community so organizers encourage Mundubberites to make the 82nd annual show one of the best by entering one or more of the many sections and bringing friends and family along for a great two days of fun.
PODDY RIDE: Adam Berthelsen tried his hand at poddy riding at the 2012 Mundubbera Show.
KEEN COMPETITOR: John Robertson is a well-known competitor at the Mundubbera show. Here he's riding It's Venus in the showjumping at last year's Mundubbera Show.
ALWAYS POPULAR: The Dodgens proved at popular as ever at last year's Mundubbera Show.