Show fun enjoyed

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Seven new rides were on offer this year.
Camera IconSeven new rides were on offer this year. Credit: All Colours Photography

More than 4000 people passed through the gates of Clayton Road on Saturday for the annual Narrogin Agricultural show, celebrating 114 years.

Kura and Tanya in St John Ambulance’s first appearance at the show.
Camera IconKura and Tanya in St John Ambulance’s first appearance at the show.

For many it wasn’t their first time at the show and there were many new attractions for them.

Rhys de Gruchy.
Camera IconRhys de Gruchy.

Seven rides made their debut appearance at this year’s show, while many new food trucks were in Narrogin for the first time and plenty of small businesses came on board to showcase their products.

Alisha Porter.
Camera IconAlisha Porter.

Williams Woolshed hosted the fashion parade, Dinkum Dinosaurs made a return and St John Ambulance also joined the party.

Lyla Flynn.
Camera IconLyla Flynn.

Snakes, blue tongue lizards, a long-necked tortoise, tawny frogmouth and even a dingo could be found at Ranger Red’s Roving Wildlife display.

Tickles & Dezzy Dinosaur show was a kid with the kids.
Camera IconTickles & Dezzy Dinosaur show was a kid with the kids.

Students brought out Sculpture Depicting Farmyard Animals.

Paul Nicholas and his 1969 MG Midget.
Camera IconPaul Nicholas and his 1969 MG Midget.

Lach Borthwick, Gemma Walker and Connie Boothey won the upper primary division.

Stan Kirby and his 1965 Chamberlain.
Camera IconStan Kirby and his 1965 Chamberlain.

Lillyan-Rose Bawden, Alexis Edgley, Jay Hayes, Douglas Abraham and Liam Johnson McDonald won in the lower primary division.

A model in the Williams Woolshed fashion parade.
Camera IconA model in the Williams Woolshed fashion parade. Credit: All Colours Photography

Narrogin Agricultural Society president Vicki Chadwick said show-goers weren’t put off by another year of underwhelming weather.

Dryandra Pony Club put on a show of their own.
Camera IconDryandra Pony Club put on a show of their own. Credit: All Colours Photography

“The weekend went well considering the weather, a little bit chilly.

“Overall everyone seemed quite happy with the event and we were quite happy with the whole event,” she said.

Fox Nanakivell trying his luck in Nerf Wars.
Camera IconFox Nanakivell trying his luck in Nerf Wars.

Ms Chadwick said the organising committee was already looking towards making the 2019 show a success.

Kyle Donner, Tyrone Doust and Ian Nottle with the Narrogin Restoration Group’s Bren Gun Carrier.
Camera IconKyle Donner, Tyrone Doust and Ian Nottle with the Narrogin Restoration Group’s Bren Gun Carrier.

“We’re having a debrief next week at looking on things to improve on, which is natural every year,” she said.

More than 4,000 people passed through the gates.
Camera IconMore than 4,000 people passed through the gates.

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