The third annual Diesel Dirt & Turf Expo takes place at Penrith Panthers club grounds from April 13-15, 2018.

Major exhibitors include Volvo, Komatsu, Toro, Kobelco, Wacker Neuson, Takeuchi, Bobcat, JCB, Kubota, Hyundai, Toro, ASV, Case, CAT, Manitou, Dieci, Yanmar, Mustang, Kanga, Ditchwitch, Toyota, Dingo, Dynapac, Hitachi, Vermeer, Liebherr and many more.

As well as large equipment, attachment suppliers such as AugerTorque, Kinshofer, MB Attachments, Norm Engineering, Auswide Trailers and Ramps, Digga Australia, Boss Attachments, Sureweld, Roo Attachments, Atlas Copco, Hogan Buckets, Salmon Buckets, Adjusta Buckets, Atom Lasers, EI Engineering, Xcentric Rippers, Doherty and Millers, to name a few, will be putting on spectacular displays of their finest attachments.Live Demonstrations on all the latest machinery will be running over the three days.

Every ‘boy’s toy’ will be there; trucks, cars and bikes; tipper trucks, interstate haulers, truck bodies, RAM Trucks, Suzuki, Honda, Can-am, quads, bike accessories and the Harley Davidson display.There will also be a massive display of mowers, lasers, ground engaging tools, irrigation equipment, scales, tyres and mags, plant hire equipment, finance companies and much more.

There is a large licenced hospitality area with live music playing throughout the day, so guests can kick back with a cold beverage and a bite to eat at one of the many food trucks. Meanwhile, children can be entertained with a huge jumping castle and be amazed by other attractions like Little Big Rigs, NSW Police Highway patrol cars, drag cars, Harley Davidson Dyno and many more.

Free Style Kings are back and will be performing 12 shows again over the three days. Showcasing Australia’s top freestyle Riders, The Free Style Kings are a very impressive bunch of athletes who will perform record breaking stunts, with riders pushing skills to their limits.

Pickles Auctions will have over 100 machines displayed over a huge area. All machines must be sold so you don’t want to miss out on this massive sale.

Live Demonstrations on all the latest machinery will be running over the three days.

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