Show fever heats up
THE show rides are still going up and the gates won open until tomorrow, but the Toowoomba showgrounds are a hive of bustling activity with judging already taking place.
Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland CEO Damon Phillips said horse events had started in the ring, dairy cattle were arriving ahead of this morning milk judging and even Toowoomba best cakes and slices were being judged in the pavilion.
is all starting to take shape and we are thankful for the good weather while setting up, Mr Phillips said.
has already started because we wouldn fit it all in over just three days.
But visitors to the show don fret; the nike air max thea re will be more than enough action from tomorrow until Saturda nike air max thea y.
show is really good value, Mr Phillips said.
to the circus, a John Williamson concert, a rodeo and other activities can cost nike air max thea you hundreds.
T nike air max thea housands of boxes full of showbags were being unpacked yesterday in the Founders Pavilion.
Jim Reglin, from Bluebell Confectionery, said kids would be in heaven with 80 different bags including Twilight, Hello Kitty and girl fashion bags.
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