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Crowds flock to Bullyard
local events,” Mr Sauer said.
It was a busy weekend for organisers and all the volunteers that assisted in the event.
Mr Riseley said it was a great day considering all the other events on around the region on the weekend.
“Compared to past events, numbers through the gate were down. Overall we had happy customers and exhibitors.
“I want to thank the SES for all their assistance and the Vietnam Vets for supporting the event by manning the entry gate to the rally,” Mr Riseley said.
Exhibitors descended on Bullyard for the event from all over the region, including Gladstone.
Mr Riseley said the Rum City Vintage Machinery Club was always keen to welcome new members to the club.
“We have a Facebook page and the club encourage others to like the page,” he said.
The big winner on the weekend was the Bullyard Hall as money raised from the weekend rally will go to its maintenance and upkeep.
The hall committee rely on donations and community events to help in the care of the building and equipment.
“We hope that next year our vintage machinery display will attract more visitors to the rally and to the region,” Mr Riseley said.
FRESH CREAM: Alan Riseley demonstrates turning fresh milk into cream.