Nathan Lang from Chincogan Mechanical has won this year’s Mullumbimby Show smash-up derby in a turn-of-the-century Toyota Camry. It is the third year that Nathan has had a go at winning the event, and he was up against at least... Read More →
The Mullumbimby Show went off with a bang this weekend despite the rain on Saturday. With boys having their first go at being showgirls – or Rural Youth Ambassadors as they are now known – there was stiff competition in the junior section.
Thousands flooded into the Mullumbimby showgrounds at the weekend to enjoy a slice of country life at the annual Mullumbimby show.
Forget the sideshows, pie-eating is the big attraction of the Mullumbimby Show for these young townsfolk. It’s fair to say that the town’s historic show, which was on its knees a couple of decades ago, has reinvented itself with the old adage ‘something for everyone’ in mind.
Mullumbimby Show has ridden out a period of decline and reinvented itself to become one of the most popular and diverse in the region.
Whether it’s tending your tomatoes, shining your mufflers or brushing up your dog there’s something to enter at this year’s Mullumbimby show on November 9 and 10 at the Mullum Showgrounds.