Regions are heart of show
Regional communities are at the heart of what the Perth Royal Show is about, according to Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia president Paul Carter.
All the fun of the annual event begins on September 22 and runs until September 29, with events, showbags, rides, and of course the best produce in WA, set to lure tens of thousands of West Australians to the Claremont Showgrounds.
Each year hundreds of people from regional WA bring their finest animals, produce and skills to be judged by the RASWA.
Mr Carter said his association’s aim was to influence agriculture in WA by “bringing the industry together to engage, create and celebrate”.
“To celebrate the best in Western Australia and how this extends to the endeavours and output of our rural communities is at the heart of what we do,” he said.