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Showtime here again

VENTURE to Stanthorpe this weekend as the show season has finally rolled around.

The Stanthorpe Show is bound to be the place to be this weekend as it starts the show season with all the favourite main arena events, sideshow alley and much more to see and do.

The pavilion is full and the cars are ready to crash and smash it up in the demolition derby.

Don't let the fear of mud keep you away, the grounds have been drying out all week and the show society is ready for you to enjoy the fabulous weekend they have planned.

When: Today and Saturday from 6am.

Where: Stanthorpe Showgrounds.

Cost: Adults $10, pensioners $6, children (17 years and under) are $3, parking inside venue $2.

Topics:  stanthorpe, stanthorpe show




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