If you missed out on the Sydney Royal Easter Show this year, you'll be able to enjoy some rides, food trucks showbags at the Camden Fun Fair next month.
The family friendly event will be held at the Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park on June 5 and 6.
Fun Fair owner/operator Jade Evans said locals could take advantage of unlimited rides per session with $30 armbands (when purchase online, or $35 at the gate), an animal nursery and more.
"We love Camden and the families running the event live very close by, so it's a fun event to do when it's so close to home," she said.
"It's a great community and we're looking forward to sharing all the Fun Fair excitement with them, especially as they've had their local show cancelled again.
"As the days get colder it's harder to find things to do outdoors with the kids - and our Fun Fair in Camden will be a great family day out.
"There's so much to do, and with the unlimited ride armband it's excellent value.
"We've been operating this way since September last year, so are well aware of what's needed to keep everyone safe, and follow all NSW Health and local council requirements."
The event will also serve up Disneyland's famous pineapple Dole Whip, the soft serve that became such an icon it inspired its own merchandise line.
Dole Whip's Australian distributor Ted Foster said with overseas travel grounded, they were excited to give Camden locals a taste of Disneyland.
"Until recently you could only enjoy Dole Whip exclusively at Disneyland," he said.
"We launched our Dole Whip in Australia last month at the Royal Easter Show, and this will now be the second time this year that Sydneysiders have had the opportunity to enjoy the cult classic."
The event will also feature Dagwood Dogs, made using the family recipe that bought the very first Dagwood dogs to Australia.
The family of Josh Evans, who is one half of the husband and wife duo working with other families to bring the Fun Fair event to Camden, actually bought the Dagwood Dog to Australia.
"My grandparents first saw the Dagwood Dog - or Pluto Pup as some people call it - at a fair in America and introduced it to Australia on their return," Mr Evans said.
"They were also responsible for bringing the first ever food trucks to Australia back in the 1930's - long before food trucks became trendy.
"We're still using their original recipe today at our events - you won't find frozen mass produced Dagwood Dogs at our family run stall.
"And this year for the first time we're also doing a new, fun twist on the original Dagwood dog with Dagwood Dog Sushi. It will be a case of hold the soy and wasabi, and pass the sauce and mustard."
Entry to the event can be pre-purchased for $30 online (for four hours of unlimited rides) at www.ticketebo.com.au/camdenfunfair or for $35 at the gates.
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