The Sale and District Agricultural Society has confirmed that their marquee event will be returning after a three-year hiatus.

The Sale Show will take place over three days from October 28, with new attractions being promised by the organisers.

2022’s event will also feature a monster truck exhibition, as well as the traditional and highly-popular Friday evening fireworks display.

Pavilion exhibits will include the Great National Carrot Cake competition, and the usual superb floral displays, this year augmented by a floral art creative demonstration.

Additionally, the Society expects eager and increased interest in equestrian classes, due to the absence of local agricultural shows.

One major change from previous events is the introduction of an online registration system, known as Showday Online.

According to Society president Ross Jones, the system is one that prospective entrants have likely used before.

“Most of the shows are using the same system, so it’s going to be one that’s been recognised by most people,” Mr Jones said.

“Instead of the old way of having to fill-out your form and bring it in, you’ll do it all online and you’ll be able to print off your tags and things like that.

“It will make life a bit easier for those (entrants) that are trying to get to the office on-time.”

Online entries will open in September, coinciding with the release of the full 2022 schedule.

Prospective entrants can learn more by phoning 5144 2603 or sending an e-mail to booking@saleshow.com.au