Amelia Betts, 5, of Cootamundra, on the tin hares.
Selby and Maureen Fitzgerald own two vintage cars. The 1938 red Standard Flying 12 (left) is Maureen's and the 1927 Model T is Selby's.
The Show and Shine at the festival precint in Humphry's Street.
Marilyn Lewis, 4, and Lachlan Murray, 6, enjoy a day out at the festival.
Archie Betts, 2, of Cootamundra, goes for a ride on the tin hare.
Harry Pratt has a go at the chocolate fountain.
Grace Tokely, 4, from Wagga has a bit of fun with the chocolate fountain.
Thanh Nguyentrany and Kiri Williams participate in the Vertical Licorice Bowls Championships.
Musician Damien Lawson participates in the Vertical Licorice Bowls Championships.
Andrew Lawson and Peter Prewett are two of the builders of the massive 13 metre long model.
The Australian Army Band Kapooka performing at the Athenium as part of the celebrations.
Cpl Melody Nielsen performs with the Australian Army Band Kapooka at the Athenium.
Brad Rogers and Janet Howell making coffee and provide some hot lamb pies for festival goers.
Band Second Time Round plays.
Author John Kjeldsen came to sell his books at the Muddi Boutique Markets.
James Davies is the festival's town crier.
Ebony Smith and Abby Garrod do some busking for the festival.
Ethan Kemp, 3, waves from the window.
Tim Fischer and festival patron about to jump on the tin hare for a ride.
Tin Hare Shuttle arrived from Cootamundra and took passengers to Wagga.