Monday, July 18, 2011


530 Pumicestone Road

Australia's largest outdoor Rural, Home & Lifestyle Trade Expo
VENUE: 15 - 17 July 2011 (Friday - Sunday)
TIME: 8AM - 5pM
TICKET: Adults $14, Children (<14) FREE, SENIOR $10

Tractors for Sale

My music so loud
I'm swangin'

Anyways I'm here today with
Brisbane International Student Ambassadors

Belly Dancing with Elsa (Indonesia)

Note: Its upside down!
Christine (Australia)

Country Music Singer

Ghost Tours

The Great Keppel Island Ships Of The Desert
Camel Rides

Train Rides

Dad buys kids an ATV Quad Bike

Eden (Taiwan) invites the ladies to a Hot Tub Party

Christine tries on some mittens

Xavier Pare (Philippines) wants to buy this dairy cow

Show Bags!

Guillaume (France), Vivian (China) and myself (Singapore)
Home-made Chocolate Macadamia Ice-cream

Mohammed Algesayer (Saudi Arabia) and family

Rakan's kid, Mishari (Saudi Arabia)

Another Country Singer

Kilcoy Burger and Chips
Kilcoy is a small farming town and part of the Somerset Region Local Government Area in South East Queensland, Australia. Kilcoy claims to be the home of the mythical Yowie, Australia's equivalent of Bigfoot or the Yeti, which is said to live in the hills around Kilcoy. There is a large wooden statue of the creature in town.

Elsa and Bean (Vietnam) enjoying lunch

Shaved Ice

Spanish Paella
Fun Fact: A popular but inaccurate belief in the Arab world is that the word paella derives from the Arabic word for leftovers, baqiyah, (Arabic script: بقية) because it was customary among Arab sailors to combine leftovers of previous meals which purportedly led to a paella-like creation in Moorish Spain.

Vivian and Guillaume shares an ice-cream!

Om nom nom!


Macadamia Nut Cracker

Tents, Caravans and Campavans

He's NOT a statue!

Eumundi Seedings

Bardyard Babies

Mary had a little Lamb Chop

Petting Farm at Animal Arena
It was fun to watch kids putting chickens on their shoulders

Snakes and Lizards

Calf says Moo!

Alpaca (Vicugna pacos) is a domesticated species of South American camelid. It resembles a small llama in appearance. They are considerably smaller than llamas, and unlike llamas, alpacas were not bred to be beasts of burden but were bred specifically for their fiber.

Aren't they adorable?

Spotted: Dorrain and Doice from Singapore

Alpaca fleece is a lustrous and silky natural fiber. While similar to sheep’s wool, it is warmer, not prickly, and bears no lanolin, which makes it hypoallergenic. Without lanolin, it does not repel water. It is also soft and luxurious. In physical structure, alpaca fiber is somewhat akin to hair, being very glossy.

Ok, now THIS is a Llama
The llama (Lama glama) is a South American camelid, widely used as a pack and meat animal by Andean cultures since pre-hispanic times. They like to spit at each other!

Miniature Domestic Piglets for Sale
(not for consumption)

Miniature Ponies

Children's Activity Area

Stocking up for the Tool Shed!

Awesome rocks and pebbles for your garden

Here in Queensland, one can get a subsidy for installing Solar Panels
(photovoltaic module or photovoltaic panel)

Optimus Prime


Pardeep (Pakistan) and Xavier checking out leather saddles

Mishari the Junior MasterChef

Clara the Cow

Spotted: My bro, Eko S Pranoto from Indonesia!

4WD Track

Had always wanted to try one of these 4WD!


watch video Farm Fantastic 2011

September 2011 is Save the Koala Month
Wanna be part of the action? It's free and easy!
Just access the Australia Koala Foundation website
and register for a collection box and donation sticker
Put in your spare change every now and then
and get your mates to put in their lunch money

Any amount can make a difference
All donations $30 and above will receive a personalised koala certificate
Too easy! Be a Koala Hero today!

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