PGA convention draws attendees from all over the State
Pastoralists, graziers and those in between gathered for their representative group’s gala dinner last Thursday night.
The three-course meal in Crown Towers’ botanical room capped off the Pastoralists and Graziers Association of WA’s annual convention, which was held at Crown earlier in the day.
Guests enjoyed dinner and drinks while being treated to a magic show by Robbie T, who invited members of the audience — including WA Opposition Leader Mike Nahan, PGA president Tony Seabrook and former Emanuel Exports managing director Graham Daws — to take part.
Mr Seabrook was bestowed the group’s annual achievement award.
PGA president Tony Seabrook.
Julia Seabrook, of York, and Ann Verschuer, of Sydney.
Hayley Goad, of Perth, and Jim Craig, of Sophie Downs.
Emma Pettemerides and Jo Steinginesser.
Locky McTaggart, of Gingin, and Renny Lee-Steere, of Toodyay.
Christine Glenn, Susanna Glenn, 12, and Robert Glenn, 8, of Ashburton Downs Station, and Betty Walsh.
Murray Nixon, of Perth, and Ian Randles, of Perth.
Cheryl Camp, Emma White and Peter Camp.
Tony Seabrook, of York, with John Seabrook, Matt Seabrook and Dominque Seabrook, all of Perth.