It's that time of year again when local residents and firefighters, show enthusiasts and members of the transport industry and the Penrith Museum of Fire get together for one day of non-stop fun and entertainment.
Kenworth pride themselves on being "safe, robust and reliable"
The exhibits make for great photo ops, especially those that allow you to climb in and get a real feel for what it's like to be behind the wheel of a truck.
The show also features specialist trade stalls and displays, food and drink stalls, a charity auction from 11.00-12.00 noon, and performances by country rock stars such as McAlister Kemp, The Wolfe Brothers and The Jared Porter Band.
Powered by Cummins, this stunning K200 was one of our favourites at last year's show
Meanwhile, colourful characters and street performers, free rides, free faceprinting and airbrush tattoos, and free fairy floss will keep the kids busy. Please note that waiting times for each of these vary due to sometimes scary queues.
Admission for those aged sixteen years and over is $30. This also includes free entry to the show and the Museum of Fire for up to three children. Kids, if you're over the age of thirteen, bring along your Student ID cards for verification purposes.
Taking advantage of some great photo opportunities