Thou­sands en­joy the party on the plains

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - OUT & ABOUT -

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.

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