Nearly 2700 people from across the South East braved the windy weather and intermittent showers to attend the successful 156th annual Naracoorte Show, on the weekend.
There was something for all ages from magician Mickster the Trickster, and young whip cracking sensations Max Kamp and Lucy Steer who showed some of their tricks, as well as a mechanical bucking bull, laser tag and Vic wood sculptor Richard Yates from Castlemaine who carved a remarkably life-like wombat in front of an audience.
Numbers in the beef cattle were up, with 35 cattle paraded before judge Anthony Hurst, Seriston Pastoral Company, Avenue Range, including the first Speckle Park cattle ever shown on the grounds.
Supreme beef cattle exhibit went to a 19 month-old Angus heifer, Nampara Penny, exhibited by Stuart and Natalie Hann, Lucindale.
The Limestone Coast Ute Muster attracted 29 utes from across the South East and western Vic with the Ute of Show going to Ethan Zilm, Bordertown, with his 2010 Ford PK Ranger which had been significantly modified with Nissan Patrol diffs and a custom-made tray.