Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo

2015 Wanneroo Show Junior Idol Ashton Lavender, with Runners –up junior idols Isobel Green, Macy Waldram and Chloe Elbe. Picture: Bill Marwick
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
Great fun for all at showtime in Wanneroo
2015 Wanneroo Show Junior Idol Ashton Lavender, with Runners –up junior idols Isobel Green, Macy Waldram and Chloe Elbe. Picture: Bill Marwick

AFTER several months of planning, Wanneroo⿿s ⿿once-a-year⿿ event, the Wanneroo Agricultural Show, came to a successful conclusion last Saturday, with more people passing through the turnstiles than in recent years.

On display were a variety of novelty attractions, a 500-strong children’s choir, quality agricultural and arts and crafts exhibitions in the Margaret Cockman pavilion, new-look equestrian events, and many talented performers on stage and on the arena as well the return of the big rides in Sideshow Alley. It was a great weekend of fun and entertainment that finished with a bang with the award-winning fireworks display.

The popular Wanneroo Junior and Wanneroo Senior Show Idol competition received a record number of entries with Te Ya Jermai winning the senior idol and Ashton Lavender the junior idol.

The show is organised and made possible by the Wanneroo Agricultural Society, a not -for-profit community organisation run by committee of volunteers and their helpers.

The first Wanneroo Agricultural Show was held in April 1909.