Ore-some high-vis turns Tom Price heads
Tom Price youngster Summer Stewart gets her high-vis on for the 2016 Nameless Jarndunmunha Festival float parade over the weekend. Thousands of locals and visitors celebrated our “Ore-some” Pilbara.
The Tom Price town centre came alive with activity over the weekend as thousands of people attended this year’s Nameless Jarndunmunha Festival.
In its 45th year, the 2016 Nameless Festival celebrated our “Oresome” Pilbara with two days of entertainment, a float parade, market stalls, family fun, exhibitions and fireworks.
Highlights included the Airing of the Quilts art exhibition and awards, live music by the Box Party Band, Mik Maks and Paraphernailia, and the Saturday night fireworks display.
Tom Price Primary School’s float won the best in show for its impressive display.
Many locals walked in this year's parade, donning some colourful outfits.
The North Tom Price Primary School float.
Tom Price Primary School.
A young member of the Tom Price BMX Club.
Ian Ireland led the parade while playing the bagpipes.