LUCINDALE'S 114th annual show on Saturday was well supported by the community.
Committee treasurer Georgie McKay said feedback after the event was fantastic and there was a great country show vibe.
"It had a lovely feel, there was lots to do and the children had a great time despite the heat.
"The dunking machine was an absolute winner and the number of indoor entries was well in excess of previous years.
"Everyone in the community said it was lovely to see a revival of the show."
For the second year in a row it was held as a combined event with the annual Lucindale Horse Show.
About 150 horses were entered with contestants coming from as far as Adelaide and Victoria to compete.
Show committee vice-president Colleen Smith said numbers were up on last year for both days of the horse show.
"The horses are always quite popular and they were of very high quality."
On Saturday there was a big hacking show followed by Sunday's harness events.
Both days featured show jumping and dressage as well as a topsy ring for children under 12 years old and led classes.
Mrs Smith added that the joint shows went much better this year than last and it was a matter of building on that for 2014.