In the spirit of challenge
CHEWING carrots, drinking milk, getting dressed in a Santa suit and decorating a tree were all part of the Santa challenge at the Biggenden Apex Christmas Fair.
The winning team members were Alex Wilson, Brayden Trigger and Callum O’Sullivan, who completed the challenges in the fastest time.
Showers did not dampen the spirits of carnival goers, who enjoyed the many stalls, rides, fireworks and Santa’s visit.
WINNERS: Alex Eggelston, pictured with wife Natasha, was the winner of the Apex Christmas hamper. Alex knew what hewas winning as he had packed up the wheelbarrow full of goodies.
Timothy and David Geissler punch it out on one of the amusements.
Darren Geissler shows his skills at decorating the tree in the Santa challenge.
Roy Hunter, of Coalstoun Lakes, with granddaughter Rhianna Nelson, of Bargara, hitch a ride on the train at the Apex Christmas Fair.
The Radel children try their hand at spinning the plate with street performer Tyronne O'Reilly.
Denis and Karen Aspinall and her mother, Edith Coogan, enjoy themselves at the Chill Bar at the Apex Fair.
Biggenden QCWA members Georgia Lawrence, Claire Blacker, Fay Manson and Julia Young treat their customers to scones, jam and cream.
Sharon Darr and Janelle Hill dressed alike at the Apex Christmas Fair.