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Something Different in WA

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Old Mar 8th 2018, 10:13 am
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Default Something Different in WA

Those of you in the Perth-Bunbury corridor tired of the same old thing this weekend, should consider taking a drive down to Wagin (about a 2.5 hour drive from Perth) for Wool-o-Rama which is Friday and Saturday (but not Sunday).

Wool-o-Rama is one of the state's signature agricultural shows, and one I try to make sure I get to each year. I particularly enjoy the sheep-dog trials and speed-shearing competitions. There is also a rodeo on Saturday night.

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Have a nice weekend everyone.
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Old Mar 8th 2018, 11:45 pm
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I rather like Wagin. Not a rodeo fan personally, but a big supporter of country localities staging events which gets people involved and attracts tourists as a bonus.


The Wool-0-Rama is a big country event and I'd certainly recommend it to city folk, or newly arrived, for a taste of Aussie country life.
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