A stalwart of the Sydney event scene, the Royal Easter Show has added fresh blood to its event program to attract new visitors.
The Royal Agricultural Society has added three new attractions to the program. They are as follows:
Xtreme Korruption featuring the Human Cannonball Lady
Dare-devil antics and fast, furious action will bring Spotless Stadium to life every night of the Show. Xtreme Korruption will feature the Human Cannonball Lady, Jennifer Schneider, who will propel her body 60 feet into the air, before landing in a net 125 feet away at speeds of 37 to 42 miles per hour. All the way from the USA and as one of only ten human cannonballs in the world, you will not want to miss this unbelievable spectacle.
Xtreme Korruption will also feature mind-blowing act ‘Mr Boom’, plus all the favourites including the Showtime Freestyle MotoX Team, Team DMax Precision Driving Team and a dazzling 12 minutes of fireworks to light up the night sky.
Australian Wool Industry Showcase
For the first time, the Sydney Royal Easter Show will celebrate Australia’s wool industry in a spectacular agricultural production featuring merino sheep, stock handlers, shearers, horses and working sheep dogs, backed with an interesting and entertaining narration.
Audiences will be treated to a display of real-life farming and stockman skills as 150 ‘jumbucks’ bolt out onto the arena and are manoeuvred around the grounds by two working dogs, under the direction of the stockman. Shearers, wool wagons and rams will also play a role in the production, providing spectators with an entertaining and enlightening showcase of this important agricultural industry.
Mayhem Manor is the latest interactive high-impact walk through attraction to arrive in Australia and will feature at the 2015 Show for the very first time.
Scare actors, animatronics and challenging sensory experiences will provide showgoers with a frighteningly fun experience.
Children under 10 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Showgoers are also advised of an important change to Show ticketing outlets. This year, ShowLink tickets won’t be available for purchase on train stations or Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Buses but same-day return public transport is still included in every ShowLink ticket.