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Wet weather can't stop the Emerald show

Lyn Sypher and Gloria Vale steward in the floral section at the Emerald show. Photo Emma Boughen / Central Queensland News
Lyn Sypher and Gloria Vale steward in the floral section at the Emerald show. Photo Emma Boughen / Central Queensland News Emma Boughen

THE Emerald Show Society is encouraging locals to crack out the umbrellas and gumboots as the 'show must go on' despite the rain.

Due to the wet weather show-goers will receive discounted entries of $5 for adults, pensioners, and high school students.

Primary school-ages students are free.

The gate prize draw will be held at 3pm so make sure you're there.

"Gates are open so come on down," a spokeswoman said.

Topics:  central queensland wet weather


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