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Nyngan Ag Expo draws a crowd,and plans for the future

Nyngan Ag Expo President Rob Avard, on right, with Kevin Edwards. Photo TWH

The Nyngan Ag Expo – held on Saturday – has bounced back after the tough Covid years, and is now bigger and better than ever.

With new set-ups for the dining and entertainment areas, new attractions and an enthusiastic local community, the Nyngan Ag Expo continued to be one of the big-ticket items on the bush calendar.

This year, the tractor pull event was the real crowd pleaser, and Chairman of the Ag Expo Committee, Rob Avard said the Expo’s popularity meant it would likely be a regular fixture.

“The day was overwhelming actually,” Rob said.

“The crowd was unbelievable on Saturday, especially at the tractor pull which everyone seemed to really enjoy.

“We had a few scary moments when it looked like the weather might have been against us, but the rain didn’t happen, and we had a very successful day.

“Having a few new attractions paid off, and the Transport for NSW team giving their caravan towing demonstration drew a good crowd.

“People were really interested in learning how to load and tow a caravan safely, as well as the truckies who gave a demonstration about towing, and talked about their training sessions coming up in Bourke, Cobar, and Nyngan. […]

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