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This Year's Trundle RAS Show will be held 18th & 19th August 2015 at Trundle Showground. This iconic event was first held in 1906 and is still a main attraction for Trundle.

If it's a real Country Show atmosphere your after, this is the one for you. A great day for the whole Family.

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The Trundle ABBA Festival has grown from strength to strength, attracting close to 1500 people to the 2015 Festival. It is Australia's only dedicated ABBA Festival and in 2012 was nominated for 'Best Event' honours at the Parkes Shire Council Australia Day awards. In 2013 the Festival was awarded 'Highly Commended', at the Henry Parkes Business Awards as well as 'Event of the Year' at the Parkes Shire Council Australia Day awards. The Festival has also featured in the ABC Documentary 'ABBA: Bang a Boomerang'.

The family-friendly event will next year feature the internationally acclaimed ABBA tribute band, Bjorn Again. The main stage for the show is set up in the grounds of the Memorial Hall, which is an alcohol-free zone and family friendly area. There is also the very popular disco dancing display that features two professional dancers from Chanel 7's Dancing with the stars show in conjunction with a dancing workshop and competition open to all in attendance. The love of dressing up is of course a major draw card of the Festival, with a 'Fashions of the Festival' competition open to all willing to strut their ABBA on the catwalk in Trundle's Memorial Hall.

Famous for one of the widest main streets in Australia, Trundle lends itself perfectly to a main street festival filled with buskers, vintage clothing stalls, craft and food stalls during the Festival. The Trundle community is known for its friendliness and visitors can expect a warm welcome and a weekend packed with everything ABBA.

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The National Estate Listed Trundle Hotel boasts to having the longest verandah in NSW (87.6m) on the widest main street in NSW.

It is the district’s iconic county hotel, with its distinctive long verandah and most importantly good old country hospitality. Drop in for a cold beer, an affordable meal or stay overnight in one of 17 bedrooms.

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