Sunny sky greets big crowd for show
The 87th annual Brunswick Show attracted 15,000 people through the gates of the Brunswick Showgrounds for a sunny and fun-filled day. This year also featured the biggest ever vehicle and machinery section as part of the Grand Parade.
The Brunswick Showgrounds played host to 15,000 people for 87th annual Brunswick Show on Saturday, improving on last year’s crowd of 13,000.
The Grand Parade, which featured the biggest ever vehicle and machinery section, attracted a huge crowd of people to the main arena.
From live music to BMX stunt riders, there was something for everyone to enjoy when it came to entertainment, including three skydivers who made a grand entrance during the official opening.
And of course there were plenty of show-goers from across the State.
Stilt performers were one of the many attractions entertaining the crowds.
Helen Ferguson, of NSW, Chloe and Jade Ferguson and Kiarni Stevens, all of Bunbury.
Lynette Trewin, Carla Catchpole, both of Brunswick, and Deborah Paggi, of Armadale.
Lindsay and Bree Smith, of Busselton, and their children Harvey and Leni.
Kaiden Richies and Tahlia Jensen, both from Bunbury Swimming Club.
Harvey De Guzman and Tanieka Glynn-Armstrong provide some great entertainment.
Skye Cox, Sarah Bennett, Sonny James and Amelia Wright, all of Australind.
Emme Narducci, of Harvey, and Alice the South West carpet python.
Steve Fradelos, of Bunbury, and his children Brooklyn and Mack.
Kerstin Stringer, of Mandurah, and her son Leo.
Natacha Harvey, of Australind, and her daughter Skylah.