Locals and visitors are expected to flock to the Condingup Community Fair this weekend.
The fair, organised by the Condingup Primary School P and C, will be held Saturday, March 16 from 10:00am at the Condingup Community Oval.
The event, which raises money for the school, is set to provide entertainment for all ages, a huge variety of local cuisine and will showcase the region's finest produce, machinery and more.
P and C vice president Zoe Della Vedova said there was a wide array of things to do for people of all ages and interests.
The crowd-pleasing dog high jump is returning as well as the sheaf tossing, sponsored by Goodwin McCarthy Helicopters.
A tractor pull, sponsored by Afgri, is also returning to the fair. Teams of 10 mixed or 12 females will compete to tow the tractor the fastest over a 20 metre distance.
Archery Attack and Bubble Soccer will be available throughout the day.
The Esperance Scout Group is bringing their climbing wall. Other fun activities include merry-go-rounds and Nerf guns.
Colonial Clydesdales will be holding rides and those who want a special adventure can take a scenic helicopter trip.
The Beaut Ute competition sponsored by Southern Suspension is returning, as is the Sports Power fashion parade.
Visitors will be able to see demonstrations from Bay of Isles Shearing and the Esperance Taekwondo Club.
Contests on the day will include competitions for photography, craft, colouring-in, produce and wool.
Fair-goers are welcome to stay on in the evening for dinner and entertainment, with Josh Thomas and The Lazy Boys performing. Self-contained camping is allowed at night.
Entry is free, however visitors will need to bring cash as there are no ATMs available.
Mrs Della Vedova thanked everyone who had sponsored and donated.
For more information or to register visit the event Facebook Page or call Mrs Della Vedova on 0457 783 054.
Inquiries on the day can be made at the South East Petroleum Announcer’s Tent.