Steeped in history

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Sarah IsonBusselton Dunsborough Times

Historic agricultural event, the Busselton Show, gears up for its 157th year this weekend, showcasing the livestock and produce of local farmers while hosting performers, rides and other family-friendly attractions.

Southern Districts Agricultural Society secretary Nikki Davies said the event covered all elements of the community, but was especially agriculturally focused.

“We love that it showcases the agriculture, from showing off cattle and sheep to holding horse events,” she said.

“The kids can have a look at, and connect with agriculture, which is a big part of the region and the foundation of the show.”

The show will host more than 100 trade stalls and is the third- biggest agricultural show in the State.

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The event runs tonight from 4pm and tomorrow from 9am at Churchill Park.

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