Schools ready to showcase harvest at Wanneroo Show

Thomas Lines (y1), Imogen Lines (y4), Meg Birch (Wanneroo Show committee), teacher Stacey Young, Jasmine Osborne (y4) and Zane Osborne (y2). Photo: Martin Kennealey
Thomas Lines (y1), Imogen Lines (y4), Meg Birch (Wanneroo Show committee), teacher Stacey Young, Jasmine Osborne (y4) and Zane Osborne (y2). Photo: Martin Kennealey

NORTHERN suburbs schools are preparing to harvest their best produce for the annual Wanneroo Show.

Joondalup Primary School is one of the local schools that has entered a display at the annual Wanneroo Agricultural Society (WAS) event on November 23 and 24.

The school’s garden display will be in the Margaret Cockman Pavilion, which will showcase the district’s best produce and creativity.

WAS committee member Meg Birch said schools that entered their school garden in annual competition submitted a journal of what they grew that year and did a display of their produce.

The Wanneroo Show will be open from 4pm to 10pm on Friday, November 23 and from 9am to 10pm on Saturday, November 24 at Wanneroo Showground.

It will include fireworks on both nights and entertainment on the main stage, as well as horse competitions, side show alley and show bags.

Entry is $17 for adults, $7 for children aged six to 15 and free for children five and under. Parking costs $3 with proceeds going to the Rotary Club.

Visit www.wannerooshow.com for more information.