Make Smoking History WAGIN WOOLORAMA
8th & 9th of March 2019
We will attending the Wagin Woolorama on both days of the event, with all proceeds from the wagon rides being donated to the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, thanks to the support of the committee from the Wagin Woolorama. Come along and have a relaxing ride throughout the grounds and help us to raise funds to support this wonderful organisation.
This year the Woolorama is 'Celebrating Youth, Vitality & Innovation' at the 116th Wagin Agricultural Show and 47th Woolorama! Two days of the community coming together to showcase the diversity of agricultural life in WA and how 'ordinary things can be done extraordinarily well'. It's a fantastic day out for the whole family with lots to see and do, including prestigious livestock, art, photography, craft, home industries, fashion and entertainment for all ages, plus a spectacular Rodeo on Saturday night. Take a look around the website to find out more of all the exciting and interesting things happening and do yourself a favour and come along and enjoy a unique and fun filled experience!
CONDINGUP COMMUNITY FAIR
16th March 2019
The Condingup Community Fair is the school P&C’s only fundraising event for the year with funds raised donated to the school for the continual up keep of educational resources and play equipment.
Thanks to the sponsorship of Brindley & Gale Esperance, we are pleased to be able to support this event & donate all proceeds from the wagon rides to this lovely school, which is a vital part of the Condingup community.
The Fair’s purpose is also to show case local talent and businesses from throughout the Esperance Shire. They take great pride in being able to show case small at home to long established businesses and companies in the Esperance region. They also been lucky enough to have entertainment from further afield come along and join in on the day, which brings something new and exciting.
The Fair organisers would like to encourage you to bring not only your business to the Fair, but also your families and friends. In keeping with the theme of helping the children of this community, we are focused on a family fun day, with many activities for children and adults in a rural background.
30th March 2019
Come and enjoy the biggest show in the Central Eastern Wheatbelt and enjoy a wagon ride around the grounds, as you relax and rest your feet. Lots of activities to see and do, with something for every member of the family! Rides, sideshow Alley, stalls, float parade, food, fireworks AND MUCH MORE!
13th of April 2019
A wagon ride at the Bunbury Show is treat for all of our South West Clydesdale lovers!
The Bunbury Show is a FREE ENTRY community event organised each year by the volunteer committee at the Bunbury Agricultural Society Inc. The Main Show Day is Saturday 13 April, with the horse events only continuing on Sunday 14 April.
In 2019 the Bunbury Show will feature over 120 artisan, food and trade stalls, as well as showcasing wonderful community organisations. They will again be featuring “big boy / girl toys in our “On The Land – Work and Play” exhibits, featuring everything you’ll need to enjoy being out and about in our beautiful South West (think camping, boating, lounging around!).
There is the amazing Bunbury Wearable Art Competition on the catwalk, which features FREE ENTERTAINMENT all day with great local talent, singing, dancing and performing. They'll have cool demonstrations in the Exhibition Area, The Eco Exchange returns, featuring exhibits to help us live a cleaner, greener, more environmentally friendly life in the city. The Bunbury Art Show will be bigger and more beautiful than ever before, featuring Art Clubs from around the Bunbury Geographe region. The WA Showmen will return with their big rides, showbags and amazing array of food vans to satisfy every appetite and taste.
This year the Bethanie Seniors Pavilion, will feature intergenerational activities, have a go opportunities and cool stuff for young and old.
The Aqwest Fun Zone will feature lots of activities for younger people including the kids bubble music igloo and the kids bumper boats, circus workshops and the Carey Park RBIT.
And of course the fantastic HORSE EVENTS will be scheduled for both Saturday and Sunday (no stalls or entertainment on Sunday, just horses).
13th April 2019
Supporting rural events is one of our aims and we are delighted to be attending the 2019 Wyalkatchem Fair to share the joy of a horse drawn wagon ride.
The fair is held from 12.00pm to 5.00pm
The 2018 Wyalkatchem Fair was a huge success & the 2019 fair will expand, being even better than last year.
Featuring market stall, children's entertainment and many free activities the fair is a great afternoon of family fun.
BULLSBROOK COUNTRY FAIR
28th April 2019
Following the success of the 2018 Fair it's on again in 2019!
With a focus on lots of free family entertainment and fun, displays and activities. Bigger and better than ever!
The Clydesdale wagon rides were one of the most popular attractions at the 2018 Fair, and thanks to the wonderful support of the organising committee, the Clydesdales will be back again in 2019.
Keep an eye on the Facebook page for all the updates! Already planned are market stalls local produce and products, sporting and community groups, a pumpkin growing competition and the Trail of Bulls
MOONDYNE FESTIVAL TOODYAY
5th May 2019
The Moondyne Festival is Western Australia's first and foremost Colonial Festival. We will be attending the festival with our Colonial style wagon giving visitors to the festival the opportunity to experience the magic of an era now past. The legend of Moondyne Joe, the Avon Valley’s legendary bushranger transforms the picturesque historical town of Toodyay, Western Australia into a lively daylong festival. A highlight of the day being the re-enactment of Moondyne Joe’s various escapades throughout the town, his arrests and mock trial. Join in the fun with Moondyne Joe as he runs around town, robbing shops, escaping custody and being a general menace. Cheer on Joe’s gang, ‘floozies’, coppers, swaggies and the Town Crier. This is a FREE Festival from 9am to 4pm. So come along and experience the community spirit in the centre of Toodyay, complete with street theatre, colonial village, entertainment, artisan and heritage crafts, healthy food stalls and loads of non-stop, amazing fun activities for all the family. Everyone is encouraged to dress in pioneer period costume! This is a dog free event.