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Roll up! Roll up! What you need to know about Allora Show

THOUSANDS of spectators will flock to the 141st Allora Show this weekend.

The fun and games kick off on Friday and Saturday at 6am at the Allora Showgrounds.

Attendees can look forward to a Friday night bull ride, comedy motorcycle show, fireworks, state ute muster and cattle section showing.

Allora Show Society vice-president Mark Pillar said the show was packed full of events to keep the whole family entertained.

"We've got the first round of the border region Buckle Series happening this weekend before it goes to Killarney and Warwick,” Mr Pillar said.

"The rodeo is always good entertainment, spectators like to see people get thrown into the dirt, as cruel as that sounds.”

The Friday activities start with prime and stud cattle judging from 6am.

Horse events in the main arena will start at 8.30am and include showjumping, pony club events and dressage.

The pavilion opens to the public at 2pm. The prime cattle sale starts at 11am.

Saturday is where you'll find most of the action though.

Children are bound to have a cracker weekend thanks to Geckos Wildlife, a petting zoo, pony rides and sideshow alley.

"Youngsters love it, they can look at and pat a lot of different animals - wombats, baby chicks, lizards, snakes and owls,” Mr Pillar said.

Geckos Wildlife have three Saturday shows. They start at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.

The ute muster judging takes place at 11.30am but entrants will be on-site earlier and the public are welcome to roll up for a viewing.

Although the whole weekend is set to be a ripper, the main attractions are the two massive rounds of smash-up derby and the crowd favourite fireworks show.

The Cylinder BuzzBox Ladies Smash Up Derby starts at 4pm in the main ring followed by the first of the Epic Darren Hardman stunt motorbike shows.

Fireworks start at 7.30pm.

At 8.30pm, organisers will calcutta the main smash up derby cars before they take to the ring to mess each other up.

Saturday night closes with the second Epic Darren Hardman show, along with some live music.

The bar will be open late.

"We try and jam as much fun in as we can,” Mr Pillar said.

Adults tickets are $15 a day and children and students under 16 can get a ticket for $5 a day. To view the full program, go to www.