THE Camden Show Society set a new crowd record at this year's show. About 42,000 flooded through the gates on Friday and Saturday, up from last year's previously record-breaking 40,000 showgoers.
Camden Show Society president David Head said it was a fantastic turn-out.
"They're fantastic numbers and it's great to see everyone enjoying themselves," he said.
Mr Head said the lumberjack show, the woodchopping, Friday night's rodeo and the Night Show on Saturday were all very popular.
A woodchopping contest was held in memory of society member and long-time woodchopping organiser Graeme Gill, who died last year.
The Fairfax-sponsored Kids Interactive Tent got the President's Award for the best exhibit.
Fairfax Community Newspapers Macarthur regional manager Elaine Arriguetti said the tent was a very successful exhibit.
"The people in the tent were very knowledgeable and very passionate about the environment and where food comes from," she said. "They got the kids really involved and it was great Fairfax was able to sponsor a fun, free event that promoted learning and sustainable living."
Mr Head thanked all of the members of the Camden Show Society committee, the volunteers who gave their time and the sponsors who all contributed to yet another great Camden Show.