PHOTO GALLERY: Wondai Show appeals to all ages
THIS year's Wondai Show was another 'raging success' with lots of new events proving popular to the huge crowd of over 4000.
As it does every year, the Wondai Show had something for everyone and it did not disappoint with smiling faces every where you turned.
Show goers enjoyed the usual favorites like horse, cattle and culinary competitions and the Miss Showgirl competition to the exciting new additions like the ute muster, truck show and bull ride.
The Wondai Miss Showgirl was once again a hotly contested event.
The winner, Emma Thompson said it was a great day and she was looking forward to her upcoming showgirl journey.
"The next step is South Burnett Showgirl so I'll need to start thinking about how to stand out from the other girls," she said.
Talented musician, Amber Goldsmith was the afternoon entertainment and she said it was a great atmosphere playing to such a happy crowd.
"It was great playing to lots of people all enjoying themselves" she said.
I had some lovely feedback from the crowd."
Miss Goldsmith said Wondai Show President, Dennis Morris was feeling very happy when he came up to thank her for her great performance.
"He came up and thanked me, he said the day had been a raging success," she said.
The evening crowd was a buzz with the barrel racing and rodeo a huge hit.
This year's Wondai Show proves there was no centenary hangover from last year's 100th year show and it sets up for another huge event next year.