Best Wanneroo Show yet 108 years in the making

Fairies Kirstee and Cara enjoy a moment with Musa Hmeid (1). Pictures: Bill Marwick
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Kayden Harman (9) with a large owl won at a Side Show Alley stall.
Wanneroo Show steward Eric Coates freshens a horticultural display in the Margaret Cockman Pavilion.
Nitro riders soar above the gum trees at the Wanneroo Showground.
St John First Aid Awareness members Taylah Smith and Ash Samerdal demonstrate CPR techniques.
Emma Dyer with her daughter Billie (2) enjoy a ride at Side Show Alley.
Wanneroo Central Bush Fire Brigade members Damian Duffy, Oliver Duffy, Stephen Foureur and Allan Mills with 2018 Perth Firefighters’ Calendars.
WA Finch Society members Matt Creemers Neil Creighton, Frank Zammit and Jeff Evans.
City of Wanneroo Recycling staff Garin, Ellen and Josh.
Best display of vegetables entered by D Trandos & Sons.
Maid Marion and Robin Hood on display.
Former Wanneroo Agricultural Society president Bill Fulcher in the Margaret Cockman Pavilion.
Fairies Kirstee and Cara enjoy a moment with Musa Hmeid (1). Pictures: Bill Marwick Pic 9 Kayden Harman (9) with a large owl won at a Side Show Alley stall. Wanneroo Show steward Eric Coates freshens a horticultural display in the Margaret Cockman Pavilion. Nitro riders soar above the gum trees at the Wanneroo Showground. St John First Aid Awareness members Taylah Smith and Ash Samerdal demonstrate CPR techniques. Emma Dyer with her daughter Billie (2) enjoy a ride at Side Show Alley. Wanneroo Central Bush Fire Brigade members Damian Duffy, Oliver Duffy, Stephen Foureur and Allan Mills with 2018 Perth Firefighters’ Calendars. WA Finch Society members Matt Creemers Neil Creighton, Frank Zammit and Jeff Evans. City of Wanneroo Recycling staff Garin, Ellen and Josh. Best display of vegetables entered by D Trandos & Sons. Maid Marion and Robin Hood on display. Former Wanneroo Agricultural Society president Bill Fulcher in the Margaret Cockman Pavilion.

THE 2017 Wanneroo Show last weekend was 108 years in the making, and what a show it was.

Perfect weather saw an almost endless stream of young families and the Wanneroo Show faithful, pour into the showground for top class entertainment, that included daredevil motorcycle displays, equestrian show jumping, side show alley at its best and magnificent fireworks’ displays Friday and Saturday night, along with the vegetables and arts and crafts exhibits in the airconditioned Margaret Cockman Pavilion.

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