Baldivis Country Fair set to draw a throng

Sound Telegraph
Big crowds descend upon the Baldivis Country Fair.
Camera IconBig crowds descend upon the Baldivis Country Fair. Credit: Facebook

New attractions and some surprises, should lure a record crowd to this year’s Baldivis Country Fair.

The 43rd annual fair will be held on Saturday.

Baldivis Primary School P&C president Renae Taylor said about 12,000 people attended last year and she expected to see even more faces through the gates next month.

“The fair grows every year,” she said.

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“This year, we have booked heaps of local talent for our main stage, including dance groups, drummers and belly dances.

“We have an Avengers show on at 12.30pm, which is a must-see for the young, as well as our older fans.

“We also have some new things for people to see, including a medieval display, school artwork and a couple of surprises.”

Fairground rides and sideshow alley will return, as well as more than 100 market stalls, not-for-profit groups and food vendors offering a range of multicultural cuisines.

The Baldivis Country Fair is on from 10am-5pm at Baldivis Primary School, 214 Fifty Road, Baldivis.

Entry is by gold coin donation.

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