The 142nd annual Crystal Brook Show was held on Saturday, August 10, with the town coming together to celebrate the highly-anticipated event.
People came from far and wide to attend the show, with some even travelling from interstate.
Attractions on the day including livestock competitions, horses, a cooking and craft pavilion, shearing, sideshows and the ute competition.
The show was officially opened by former Adelaide Crows footballer Tony Modra.
For the first time this year, the show expanded to include a Schools Agricultural Education Day the day before the show, where students learned about livestock competitions, sheep handling, as well as grain and sheep judging.
Stock Journal's MIKE LAMOND went along to the show and captured some of the action.