Bull and Barrel Festival
More than 15,000 people headed to Dardanup on Saturday to enjoy the LiveLighter Dardanup Bull and Barrel Festival.
Festival chairwoman Jill Cross said while it was difficult to gauge the number of attendees due to free entry, she was confident it was the biggest event yet.
“We don’t have people taking money at the gate which makes it difficult to guess,” she said. “Based on what we saw and across the entire day, I would say we had more than 15,000 people here.”
Logan, 8, Jamie and Ken Carpenter, of Gelorup.
Kim Meyer, of Treendale, and his daughters Isabelle 3, and Ashlyn, 10.
Stacey Fallow, of Bunbury, Darren Solomon, of Baldivis, and his children Nelson, 5, and Violet, 9, of Baldivis.
Andrew Lowden, of Bunbury, and his daughter Evie, 18 months.
Helen and Garry Semark, of Bunbury.
Tara, Ilana, 10, and Alexis Gibbon, 7, of South Bunbury.
Candice, Graeme and Michelle Snitch, of Cookernup.
Dean and Karen Italiano, of Dardanup.
Dan White and Benjamin Newton, from Blue Child Collective.
Wink and Dave Lindsay, of Mumballup.
Pamela Penny, of Albany, and Chantelle Penny, of Australind.
Cianan Aldersea, of Perth, and Nicholas Taylor, of Bunbury.