Strong turn-out for a vibrant Woolorama

Narrogin Observer
John, 4, and Nicola Kelliher, of Wandering.
Camera IconJohn, 4, and Nicola Kelliher, of Wandering. Credit: Astrid Volzke

Wagin Woolorama drew more than 22,000 people through the gates this month before the coronavirus crisis put a temporary stop to mass public gatherings.

Fine weather made for healthy crowds across the two days, with the strong turnout from children showing agricultural shows still have plenty of life in them.

Elyse Reed in the fantasy fashion parade
Camera IconElyse Reed in the fantasy fashion parade Credit: Astrid Volzke
Gemma King, 11, Erin King, 8, and Matilda King, 11, of Darkan.
Camera IconGemma King, 11, Erin King, 8, and Matilda King, 11, of Darkan. Credit: Astrid Volzke
Lachlan Piesse, 8, Ella Piesse, 7, Max Piesse, 7, and Larina Piesse, all of Wagin.
Camera IconLachlan Piesse, 8, Ella Piesse, 7, Max Piesse, 7, and Larina Piesse, all of Wagin. Credit: Astrid Volzke
WA College of Agriculture students Casey James, 16, and Rori Skinner, 16.
Camera IconWA College of Agriculture students Casey James, 16, and Rori Skinner, 16. Credit: Astrid Volzke
Evyn Adams, 11, of Forrestfield, and Nigel Spencer, of York.
Camera IconEvyn Adams, 11, of Forrestfield, and Nigel Spencer, of York. Credit: Astrid Volzke
Folk rock singer Hayden McGlinn performed at the 2020 Wagin Woolorama.
Camera IconFolk rock singer Hayden McGlinn performed at the 2020 Wagin Woolorama. Credit: Astrid Volzke

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