RIDE enthusiasts will be challenged by the Royal Launceston Show’s newest attraction, show manager Brian Bennett said.
“I saw the Power Surge at the Burnie Show, and let me tell you, it’s not for the faint-hearted – I certainly won’t be going for a ride,” Mr Bennett said.
“It’s the first time the ride has been to Tasmania.
“We have 65 per cent of people in the gate going on sideshow rides, and this will be a challenge for them.”
The Power Surge will make an appearance at the Royal Launceston Show this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Launceston Showgrounds.
Mr Bennett said those who loved the show for its other merits would not be disappointed.
“We’re expecting a very good show,” he said.
“There are more than 1300 entries in the competitions, which is something that people of all ages can get into.
“We’ve got more than 200 heads of cattle entered, a good showing of sheep and alpacas, and 650 dogs entered – there is so much free entertainment for families.
“And, naturally, the fireworks will take place at Aurora Stadium on Friday at 9.30pm.
“Entertainment is something that’s important to us, so we have rebooked the Animal Wranglers – an act that garnered a great response last year.”
Brave punters get a unique view of the show from the Power Surge. Picture: PHILLIP BIGGS
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