| 20/03/2016 08:00 AM
It is anticipated by local families annually, attended by enthusiasts from across the country and loved by all who take the time to check it out - the Penrith Working Truck Show is here again. Back for its 29th year, the annual show is celebrating with another huge day of non-stop entertainment, rides and unique exhibits on Sunday, March 20th , that combine to create this spectacular event, which is recognised as one of Penrith's major events. 20,000 people flock to the Museum of Fire for the event each year, which is supported by the transport industry across Australia. This event is regarded as a 'must see' not only by local residents but by the entire national transport industry. We have exhibits on display from states across the country and crowds who travel from all over to experience the show each year." There will be hundreds of vehicles on display, from the huge B Doubles to custom trucks, plastered with chrome detailing and spectacular airbrushing. Together with the outstanding collection of Fire Engines owned by the Museum. Live entertainment will keep show attendees on their feet all day long, with country rock stars Adam Brand and the Outlaws and The GIRLS OF COUNTRY featuring Amber Lawrence and much more. Kids will be kept busy with a huge selection of free rides, free fairy floss, free face painting and other activities that are sure to keep parents happy too. "There really is something to enjoy here for everyone and to make it better, the value for money at the Penrith Working Truck Show is unsurpassed by any other show," Mr White said. Tickets for adults are $35 and with each adult ticket purchase, three children can enter for free up to 16 years (student ID required after 12 years). All prices are reduced as low as possible, therefore no CONCESSION PRICES will be offered. For this cost, all rides, entertainment and exhibits inside the show are free. Being a registered charity event, all funds from the Show will be used for the education of families in fire safety, for the preservation of fire history and supported by local firefighters, who are helping to run the event.