THE 26th annual Koi Show will be held this Sunday at Willow Pond Function Centre.
The Koi Society of Western Australia (KSWA) was first incorporated in 1989 and culminates in the display of over 250-300 of the finest koi currently kept in WA.
With koi ranging in size from as little as 20cm to nearly one metre, the show caters for both the novice koi keeper to the serious koi enthusiast.
The Fish Vet Richmond Loh has also worked with the KSWA this year to organise a Guinness Book of Records world record attempt for world’s longest goldfish.
The fish will be presented at the show for viewing and officially measured.
The Show openly promotes a forum for healthy competitive participation and social comradery.
The show will run from 10am-330pm and is free entry for all.
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