Roaring around in a tight group formation...
Another formation. I liked the utes.
I also liked this bit where they went up on ramps.
As I was walking the Animal Trail, I was delighted to come upon a booth that advertised itself as Sydney's only authentic German fast food. So I stepped up to the counter and purchased the first real bratwurst I've had in years. YUM. Oh, and yeah, I bought a hat.
Without Amy and Rodd to back me up, I was a lot more tentative about sticking my arms in animal pens this year. I did like these goat kids though.
Tiny Teddie cookies being baked in the Arnott's Travelling Bakery. They smelled so good!
Finished Teddies sliding off the conveyor belt. You could buy a box of them still warm from the oven!
As many Australians live out in the bush, constructing huge and imaginative Mailboxes is a popular pasttime (as the mailbox is all you'd see of their place driving by). This one is a larger-than-life cricketer complete with a Merv Hughes 'tache and a bat signed by the Waugh brothers.
I liked the emu with the goggle eyes too.
Going home and the eternal Australian debate: Train or Beer? :)