2016 On Ground Entertainment

Contact Chloe Radford 0408 766 005 for more details.

"Make Smoking History Wagin Woolorama” is proud to promote clean air and a healthy lifestyle. The increasing emphasis on having healthy food choices available and free fresh fruit and vegetables for sampling has been embraced by the Woolorama Committee and show-goers alike – so it’s not just the entertainment program that is set to delight! 

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Bubbles of Joy  

Known around the world for spreading Bubbles of Joy, Narelle has been sculpting balloons for over ten years. In that time, she has developed a repertoire of over 200 simple figures (or anything by request) and has worked in a variety of settings, from festivals to workshops in Australia, New Zealand and the USA.

Narelle aims to make balloon art accessible to all ages – not just children. She achieves this by creating complex, multiple balloon figures, either large and bold or small and intricate – from corsages to caricatures. She maintains contact with the world balloon community to keep abreast with the latest developments in balloon techniques and carries the widest colour range possible.

Performing both days from 1pm until 3pm- location TBA-FREE

Colonial Clydesdales

Imagine the site of huge magnificent horses and the clink of harness as you relax to the gentle rhythm of the horses' hooves. An experience that is rarely seen nowadays, travelling in a Clydesdale drawn wagon is one that you will never forget. The Colonial Clydesdale are one of the last remaining working Clydesdale teams in Western Australia. Their aim is to preserve these magnificent horses and the skills and traditions associated with them.

Roving the grounds – GOLD COIN DONATION TO A CHARITY - The Cancer Council of WA

Flying Magus

Michel will mingle with the Woolorama guests performing incredible strolling magic, balloon art, stilt-walking, and juggling to groups whilst roving the grounds. This type of performance will make a lasting impression especially on those who have never seen sleight-of-hand performed up close.

Roving Entertainment-FREE

Incredible Creatures

Run by Nigel Spencer for over ten years, comprises of a diverse team of incredibly tame animals, which include Mallery the Donkey, Boto the Alpaca, A Spectacular Team of Working Dogs, Cuddly Ferrets, Rare Geese, Webber the HUGE Turkey, A Large Selection of Pure-Bred Ducks and Chickens, Guinea Fowl, Peacocks, Flock of Free-Flying Pigeons and Doves, Mali the African Sheep and Lambs, Rabbits of all types (from British Giant to amazingly soft Rex Rabbits), Lovable Guinea Pigs and of course "Jafar" the gorgeous Nubian Goat (the biggest you're ever likely to see).

Nigel breeds and personally trains all of his animals from birth. They get constant handling and love until they live out their final days in the comforts of their home.

On the grass across from Food Court 2 Friday and Saturday-FREE

Pirateman

Pirateman brings a new level of entertainment straight from the horizon’s end! From children’s entertainment and contact juggling antics, Pirateman is the performing artist to keep all ages entertained! Many other talents at the disposal of this corsair of charm include a puppeteer, roving performer and show director. A show for the whole family to watch!

Roving Entertainment-FREE

Raptor Discover Centre

Education through Entertainment at its best. It is an exciting and informative way to be up close and personal with nature's top predators. This presentation not only allows us to see a variety of birds up close, but also helps us all to identify birds of prey, learn about their diet and where they can be found in Australia. It also gives us an insight on how unique these birds are, what role they play in our environment and how susceptible they are to human activity.

Located in the Poultry shed-FREE

Stolen seeds

Acoustic duo Stolen Seeds, based in Porongurup, plays a mix of originals, songs from the beginning of the 20th century, ballads, country songs, and jazz standards. Stolen Seeds are Brenton Kelly and Laura Wilder West, who have played together since 2010.

Performing in both Food Courts both days-FREE

Chris Edmondson

Clocking up dozens of solo shows a year in a working territory that would swallow up several small warring European nations, Chris has worked the wineries, wheat-bars, festivals, folk clubs and house concerts pretty much all over the bottom left-hand corner of the continent for more than a decade. In that time there's also been reputation building marathon three and four hour shows, band stints in legendary LA clubs on desperate last ditch international tours, self-financed American cafe tours all the way back to self-promoted shearing shed concerts in country Western Australia driven only by an acoustic guitar and tales to tell.

Performing in both Food Courts both days-FREE

Lost tails

The Lost tails are a young group returning again to entertain the crowds with their musical talent.

Jake Maroney (guitar and vocals), Lydia McIntyre (keyboard and vocals), and Brooke Heenan (vocals) make up the band ‘Lost Tails’.  All the band members are in Year 12 at Bunbury Catholic College. They play all kinds of music but their selection is mostly songs that you can play to acoustic guitar. All three band members sing and write their own original songs as well as perform covers of popular artists. ‘Lost Tails’ performed at Wagin Woolorama in 2015 and are excited to be here again in 2016.

Performing in both Food Courts both days-FREE. 

Laserscape-lasertag

A thrilling and innovative outdoor combat sport, Laserscape is an exciting and interactive team game using 21st century technology. Players use high tech phasers to shoot an infra-red beam to tag an opponent’s sensor. Suitable for all ages including adults!

Located on the grassed area near the sideshow-SMALL FEE

   

 

 

Media Releases

GOPHER HIRE
Woolorama showgrounds, occupying about 25 hectares, takes a bit of energy and stamina to negotiate and see everything.

Message of Welcome from the Woolorama President.
I invite all patrons to come and enjoy the many facets of this year’s event,

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