Truck show has something for everyone

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Australia’s biggest working truck show will be coming to the Museum of Fire once again this March. 2015 will be the show’s 28th year and is expected to attract more than 12,000 people and over 200 trucks, including everything from small rigids to ‘B’ doubles.

This fun family event has something for everyone.

Along with the competition, that will see working trucks battle it out for the best in class trophy across 25 different categories, there will also be free thrill rides and amusements, along with food and drink stalls, free face painting and plenty of great giveaways.

The show will also feature a country music extravaganza which includes performances by McAlister Kemp, Kaylens Rain, The Wolfe Brothers and many more.

The money raised from the show will go towards keeping the community safe from fire danger along with preserving the heritage of our community’s brave firefighters.

So if you like your trucks big and tough, you won’t want to miss this great annual event!

This annual event is always popular in Penrith, and nobody has a bad time! From mum and dad right through to the kids and grandparents, there is legitimately something for everyone at the Penrith Working Truck Show.

The 28th annual Penrith Working Truck Show will be held at the Museum of Fire on Sunday, March 29 from 8am to 5pm. Tickets are $30 for adults and children up to 16 years are free with adult entry (up to three children per adult), no concession discounts available.

For more information call the Museum of Fire on 4731 3000.

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