We've been one of the lucky ones.
So many shows across the country, unlike the Goulburn Show, have been cancelled due to COVID-19.
Goulburn Show Society president Jacki Waugh, however, said it was important to support other shows across the country.
"Shows are so much more than an event," Ms Waugh said.
"They are a community of volunteers, sponsors competitors and locals who love attending every year.
"Individually, we are just a show, but as a whole, we are the show movement which has been a part of Australian life for well over a century.
The Goulburn Show are showing their support by holding a "No Show Scarecrow" colouring in competition.
To participate, print out the the following image.
Colour it in, take a photo or scan it when finished with your name and contact details and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
if you can't deliver as above, then after lockdown restrictions are eased a drop off spot for collection will be provided.
Competition closes at the end of October and the winner will receive a family pass to the 2022 Goulburn Show on March 5 and 6.
Ms Waugh said a scarecrow was also built and would be visiting different businesses and points of interests around town.
"If you would like to see him at your place, feel free to let us know," Ms Waugh said.
"If you see the scarecrow anywhere, take a photo of you with it and share to the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/GoulburnShow."
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