Stardust Circus is at Rosehill racecourse this month, complete with performing lions, horses, monkeys, flying trapeze, 12-person teter board act, clowns and acrobats.
The big top is in car park two, James Ruse Drive, Rosehill.
Stardust is Australia’s largest animal circus.
Animals have been trained with the reward method, and are treated as part of the family.
The circus is operated by Janice and Lindsay Lennon, along with five brothers and sisters from the West Circus family.
They have been in the circus industry all their lives and are raising the next generation of performers.
The circus has performing animals including African lions, mischievous monkeys, six magnificent Liberty Horses and miniature trick ponies.
You will also witness a large flying trapeze troupe, a spectacular 10-person Hungarian-trained teeter board (springboard) act, dynamic aerialists high above your head, acrobatic comedy and, of course, crazy clowns.
A sensational flying trapeze artist from Colombia, South America presents unbelievable tricks high in the air.
The circus travels on 22 motor vehicles including semi-trailers, 14 trucks and many 4WDs – all towing caravans and equipment trailers.
Stardust Circus travels to outback towns and communities as well as showing in all major cities in Australia.
Tickets cost from $25 to $40 for adults and $15 to $30 children. Children under two are free.
Bookings: 0418 247 287 or visit stardustcircus.com.au. Tickets also go on sale one hour before the show.