Crowd turns out to help Telethon
Bunbury singer-songwriter Elavina Williams, 15, dazzled the crowd with a mix of original and cover songs.
Hundreds of people flocked to Bunbury Centrepoint shopping centre for Telethon on Sunday afternoon to donate money, snag some goodies and catch a glimpse of this year's celebrity guests.
The Chase Australia’s Issa Schultz and Home and Away star Rohan Nichol were given rock star welcomes by the crowd, both commenting on how much they enjoyed their time in the South West. Kristi McInerny and Karen Perry, both of Collie. Brooke Frieberger, of Bunbury, and her daughters Sofia, 4, and Mila, 7. Sisters Tahlia and Daniesha Kneebone, of Capel. Isla, 10, and Morgan, 14, Stanford, of Australind. Allison Burnett and Josef Bandera, both of Bunbury.
Margaret Keenan, of Bunbury, takes a selfie with The Chase Australia’s Issa Schultz.
Roy Potter, of Busselton, and his sons Jyan, 4, and Preston, 10.
Ania Little, of Bunbury, and her daughter Olivia, 17.
Violet Davis, Kyra Culloton, and Lana Clements, all 11, of Binningup, present Noel Brunning with their donation of $462.
Lachlan Lembo, 9, Mary Smith and Kerry Sledzinski, all of Cowaramup.
Jessica Wood, of Bunbury, and her daughter Krystal Clarke, 2.
Debbie McCloy, of Bunbury, and her grandchildren Matilda, 10, and Drew Thomas, 12.