The Wallamba District Show committee will upgrade the entry to the Nabiac Showground after receiving $79,000 in funding from the Federal Government.
The funding comes through the government's Regional Agricultural Show Development Grant program.
Wallamba Show president, John Baker, said the grant would allow the committee to put in a more functional and aesthetically pleasing entry point to the showground.
"The benefits of this project are many, however the two most obvious are creating a sense of arrival at the ground and safely managing the entry for all-ability pedestrians and vehicle visitors," Mr Baker said.
"Currently during events such as the annual Wallamba District Show, visitors are forced to line up along the edge of a relatively narrow road while heavy vehicular traffic makes its way past."
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Federal member for Lyne, Dr David Gillespie, said agricultural shows were at the heart and soul of regional communities and provided an important opportunity for primary producers to come together and support each other.
He was proud to support the committee's application.
"Country shows like the Nabiac Show bring and keep communities together and provide a key injection into the local economy," Dr Gillespie said.
"The funding and associated works will see our local show and the showground continue to grow in size and popularity; I want to see our agriculture shows be enjoyed for generations to come."
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Mr Baker praised MidCoast Council for its enthusiastic support of the project, which will involve the construction of a new ticket entry point, improved drainage and landscaping work on the Nabiac Street roadside, and an all-ability pathway that will lead from the front entry up to the library.
"The funding Dr Gillespie secured will also allow us to install directional and informative signage at the entry that will improve the visitor experience and lead to greater utilisation of the ground's assets," Mr Baker said.
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