From bulls to baking and toys to tools, you can buy anything you want for the station and some nifty things for town at Agfair.
At the north west entrance you find these glorious Murray Grey bulls showing off their fine form for possible clients.
The bulls belong to Beeamma Murray Greys and Arki Murray Grey Stud.
There are also the many pavilions with stalls including the Royal Flying Doctors Service with their dental bus to view, the Broken Hill Health Service with COVID-19 vaccinations available, and numerous schools, businesses and other services to visit.
The laneways are also exciting with huge farm machinery, the new Menindee fire truck and of course, great food stands.
There is also the Pastoralists Association of West Darling Stand with Guess the Goats Weight Competition.
A kid is standing there, ever so calm, in a stall, munching on feed and drinking, and you need to try and guess their weight.
The little goat is neither a baby or fully grown so it could be tricky.
There are three prizes of $100 vouchers from shops in Broken Hill.
There is also the Elders sheep counting competition for the quick eyed.
There are senior and junior fields so if you think you can count quickly give Elders your gold coin entry fee, that goes to the RFDS, and have a go just don’t fall asleep.