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Gunnedah is a town located in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is a town well-known for its rich agricultural heritage, with agriculture being the primary industry in the area. However, the town is not just known for its agricultural heritage. It is also known for the various nationally or globally recognised annual events held in and around the town that attract both locals and visitors alike.

One of the most popular annual events in Gunnedah is the Gunnedah Show. This event, usually held in May, is a three-day show that showcases the very best of the local agricultural industry. The show features a range of events, including cattle and sheep shows, horse events, cookery competitions, art and craft displays, and even fireworks displays at night.

Another popular annual event in Gunnedah is the AgQuip Field Days. Held in August each year, the AgQuip Field Days are the largest agricultural field days event in Australia, attracting over 100,000 visitors each year. The event is held over three days and features over 3,000 exhibitors from around Australia and the world, showcasing the latest in farming technology and equipment.

The Gunnedah Camel Races is another well-known annual event in the town, often held in early August. The event features a range of activities, including camel racing, novelty races, live music, market stalls, and food trucks, making it a fun and entertaining event for the whole family.

The Gunnedah Bird Sale and Expo is an annual event held each year in September and is one of the biggest bird sales in Australia. The event brings together bird enthusiasts from around the country, with exhibitors showcasing a wide range of birds, including parrots, finches, canaries, and more.

The Gunnedah ANZAC Day Service is a solemn and emotional annual event held on April 25 each year to commemorate and remember those who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. The service is held at the Gunnedah War Memorial, and residents, visitors, military personnel, and their families come together to pay their respects.

Another popular annual event in Gunnedah is the Gunnedah Christmas Carnival. Held in early December, the carnival is a festive event that features a range of activities, including amusement rides, market stalls, food trucks, live music, and even a visit from Santa Claus himself.

Gunnedah is a town that is rich in history, culture, and agriculture. The town's annual events calendar is full of nationally or globally recognised events that celebrate the town's heritage, bringing together locals, visitors, and enthusiasts from all over the country and the world. These events showcase the very best of Gunnedah, from its people and its agricultural industry to its natural beauty and rich cultural heritage.

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