We attended the show last Sunday 12th of April. We’ve been attending the show every year and witnessed different attractions. The Show is an annual show held in Sydney, Australia over two weeks around Easter. It is run by the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales and was first held in 1823. Queen Victoria, (1837–1901), awarded the society and its show the right to use the word “Royal” in its name.
Every year the show attracts thousands of people, and heaps of entertainments which were then scheduled and spread out during its weeklong duration. As the show is being held at the former Olympic site, there is a plenty of room for all of the entertainments as well as all sorts of children’s rides.
Here are some of the highlights of the show during that day we’re there and we were lucky to have seen them, though the weather was quite not good enough, sunny, and then cloudy and at times with showers.