Penrith gearing up for Working Truck Show

Now in its 27th year, the Penrith Working Truck Show, held at the Museum of Fire in Penrith, promises to provide a brilliant day out for the family.

Each year, over 200 of Australia’s finest trucks gather at the Museum of Fire for Australia’s Premier Working Truck Show, with all funds directed towards saving our families from the dangers of fire while preserving the heritage of our community’s bravest – fire fighters.

The unique feature of the Show is that each truck must be a working truck and not just a showpiece or collectors’ item. 

Each truck is entered into one or more of 25 different categories to compete for trophies for the best in each class; hence drivers spend hours cleaning and polishing their prize possession in an attempt at being declared the best truck in their class. It is no surprise the award of a trophy at the Working Truck Show has become a recognition for the owner.

With McAlisters Kemp, The Wolfe Brothers, Kaylens Rain, Kaylee Bell, and Dan Murphy, the event will also attract some of Australia’s hottest country music talent.

Up to three children are admitted free with a paying adult and will enjoy twelve of the best “thrill” rides and other amusements absolutely free. 

The event is on this Sunday, 6 Apri, from 8am to 5 pm; at the Museum of Fire in Penrith. 

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