Thousands enjoy the party on the plains
The Deniliquin Ute Muster drew an estimated crowd of 15,500 on Friday and Saturday, with patrons travelling from each corner of the nation to attend the iconic festival.
Patrons were treated to two days of rural action, including whip cracking, wood chopping and the Bull Ride spectacular, however socialising at the Muster campsite and grounds was also popular among uteenthusiasts.
The event features a main stage concert line-up each night, which this year features the best of Australia’s country music scene.
The Muster is held annually on the NSW Labour Day weekend.
Nathan Harwood, Jordy Thomas, Patty Russman, Ben Haintz and Tom Eastman from Clunes, Victoria.
Wil Sloan, Jorja Dalton, Peta Randall, Ella Dalton, Ollie Randall, Charlie Sloan and Angus Randall from Hillston.
Matilda and Paul Porteous from Echuca and Narrandera respectively.
Kaylah Jones and Indi Abbott from Rosebud and Bendigo respectively.
James Bobbin and Hollie Lowe from Mulwala.