Chris Shingles was proud to show off his champion medium strong wool ram from the Adina stud.
Judge of the cattle Tony Dorahy, livestock manager at Monbeef, examined a young Angus bull from Rosskin, Dalgety, led by Liz Walters.
BMX stunt riders showed their prowess on a bike and in the air.
The dahlias were nice to examine up close for Raven and her dad Ben Kelly.
Boating in the middle of the Showground was easy for Amber, of Michelago.
Bega High School student Montanha Johnston led 'Barbara' a winning Murray Grey heifer from Bennooka Park, Bombala.
Jaden, Chloe and Britteny each collected a fire safety showbag at the fire truck.
Members of Cooma's Youth Choir sang the National Anthem with gusto.
Chief executive of Snowy Hydro SouthCare Rescue Helicopter and former rugby union great Owen Finegan officially opened the Show with junior Red Devils forming a guard of honour.
Yard dog 'Zoo' rounded up the sheep during the trials.
Peter Schaeffer was on hand to present the Annette Schaeffer Memoral Prize for the most successful knitter to Heather Little.
A showbag is a must-have, so Alexandra White chose the biggest from Erkut Duranlar, with mum Kay's approval of course.
Young Toby enjoyed his ride in sideshow alley.
These pre-easter bunnies protected their eyes from the bright sunlight. Behind the shades were Tina Harrison and Nickie Wilkinson.
The sun shone, the crowds came, the entertainment flowed, the hotdogs were...well, you know...and everyone had a great time at the Cooma Show. Sideshow alley seemed a bit small but the BMX bike riders gave a sizzling display and the exhibits in the main pavilion were of the highest standard. A good day, and a highlight of the year. Photos:Rosslyn Carroll.