THOUSANDS of visitors packed Farm Fantastic just north of Caboolture yesterday to see what more than 900 exhibitors had to offer.
There were far more than just farm goodies on display though, with everything from kitchen accessories to customised wooden signs.
Of course, there was also an enormous array of all those things you would expect at a farming expo with cars, caravans and canopies, tractors, trucks and tools taking centre stage in booths of all sizes around the site.
As large as yesterday's turnout was, it wasn't quite big enough for Senor Paella to get out his biggest pan papa grande which serves 200 portions.
For the more adventurous there was the Polish Food tent, featuring delicious dumpling-like pierogi as well as pork, rice and cabbage rolls known as gwumpki. Co-owner Bryon Clissold said there was one simple reason he loved Polish food.
''Just the taste."
Today promises to be an even bigger day of entertainment and exhibits with the Firies Challenge in the Metalcorp Steel Arena, Clara the cow on-site to entertain the kids and even more petrol-fuelled action on the track.
Children will also flock to the
Ultimate Games stand where they can try out Rocksmith, which is similar to Guitar Hero but with a real guitar.