No business like show business in Warwick
THERE'S nothing quite like the fun of the Warwick Show.
The Warwick Agricultural Show started back in 1867 and the Daily News has had a long history of reporting on the key event on the local calendar.
Residents of the Rose City step up to present their livestock, produce or craft - demonstrating the talent of the town and the region.
Visitors to the show may enjoy the industrial and agricultural exhibits, as well as features in the main arena like wood chopping and animal displays.
There's plenty of fun for the whole family with rides, games and an ever-growing raft of entertainment, not to mention the ball drop that has kids lining up to catch the lucky ping-pong ball out of thousands dropped to win a prize.
Each year a number of talented and town-proud women have battled it out to become Miss Warwick Showgirl.
Warwick Showgirls have gone on to be proud ambassadors for our community.
Miss Showgirl 2014 Tamara Bondfield even went on to become runner-up in the Darling Downs Miss Showgirl competition in the same year.
While the Rose City enjoys the show holiday, our reporters work hard to ensure you are up to date with coverage of the show.
The Daily News looks forward to providing continued coverage of the Warwick Show.