Sunny sky greets big crowd for show

Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - FRONT PAGE -

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.

Pic­ture: Sam Gibbs

Stilt per­form­ers were one of the many at­trac­tions en­ter­tain­ing the crowds.

Pic­tures: Sam Gibbs

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.

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