We had a grand last-day at the Royal Adelaide Show on September 11th 2010. I’ve not been in a few years, so I am glad we chose a sunnier day to visit.
Our two nieces enjoyed 30-minutes waiting at the front of the queue (only to be given 3-free-tickets just before the ticket-stations opened for the morning), being shaken about by a few rides, getting a couple of show-bags and being with Uncle Stephen for a day!
Here are just six of the few hundred photographs I shot throughout the day, now available to view, peruse and purchase from my Redbubble photo gallery:
Extra information about the Royal Adelaide Show
The Royal Adelaide Show is an annual agricultural show held in Adelaide, South Australia. It begins on the first Friday in September, or the last Friday in August, and runs for nine days. Held at the Royal Adelaide Show-grounds, Wayville, it is attended by hundreds of thousands people each year! Featuring food, show-rides, an enormous Ferris Wheel, animal races, wood chopping, and many natural produce and resources around South Australia.
It is a grand opportunity for SA farmers to display their produce and livestock, plus an amazing array of horticulture displaying the freshest fruit and vegetables. Most stalls also include demonstrations, food and wine tasting. Plus there are is all the standard sugar and junk food for the kids to enjoy!
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