Show packs in raft of entertainment
T his year’s Waroona Show will be awash with returning and new entertainment attractions, both local and from further afield.
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School choir will be performing from 9am followed by local musician Silvio Romeo and Top Jazz Ballet.
At 11.45am the Wild Wings Bush Fairy Magic Show will kick off for the younger ones before the official opening at 1pm.
Straight after will be a performance by local musicians the Ricky Green Duo, who opened for the John Butler Trio earlier this year.
Ten Grand Tourist is returning as the headline act for 2018 after wowing organisers and the audience alike in 2017 and will play a range of songs from the 70s to the present between 5.30pm and 8.30pm.
During the band’s interval, the new addition of Walter Whip and the Flames Show will dazzle crowds in a masterful display of skill, fire and coordination.
Colonial Clydesdales will be offering horse and cart rides around the show throughout the day, while Critters up Close will be returning with a free show and petting zoo.
New attractions for 2018 also include slot car racing and Segway scooters as well as a bungy and obstacle castle courtesy of Radrock.
As every year, the vintage engines will be returning accompanied by a blacksmiths display by Dale Whitney.
For the younger show goers, Funland will be set up at the southern end of the grounds, specifically designed and catering for under-fives.
Bumper boats, free potato digging, free soft toys and mini diggers will all be present to keep the little ones entertained for hours, plus a huge range of agricultural demonstrations including cow milking, sheep dog displays, sand art, giant chess and rock climbing.