Street party a success
PAMPERED: Brooke Gray receives a nail treatment in the Ladies Lounge from Renee Kirk at the Gayndah Street Party. MALTBY Place buzzed into life with families and friends meeting at Gayndah’s annual street party.
Market stalls showcasing talents from cupcake baking to beading, homemade clothes to orchids attracted attention.
Children cuddled up to baby animals at the petting zoo, while others tried their luck on the mechanical bull.
Attendees got behind key fundraising events – the pig races, mystery auction and ladies lounge.
The day’s proceeds were donated to the MARK Foundation, an anti-bullying and mental health awareness program for North Burnett’s youth.
Girl Guide leader Amy Ezzy with the tea and scone stall in the Ladies Lounge.
Gayndah Lions’ Henry Harman, John Mullaly and Peter Spencer keep busy supplying chips to the hungry crowd at the Gayndah Street Party.
Nicole Fraser with daughter Ruby at the Ladies Lounge.
Wendy Boag (right) with her beading, crochet and patchwork stall, with Shari-Louise Turner.
Pigs were sponsored and raced to raise money for the MARK Foundation.
Van de Groot, of Hervey Bay, with orchids for sale.
Marni Telford with her homewares and clothing stall.