It was with great excitement that we returned to the Meadows Easter Fair this year. Since its inception in 1997, the fair has become a much-anticipated event, drawing people from far and wide to the small town of Meadows in South Australia. The fair continued with full force despite the rainy weather and was bigger and better than ever before.
Over the four-day event, an incredible 21,143 people came through the gates to enjoy the festivities. Even on the rainiest day, which happened to fall on Saturday, the event still saw 3,121 attendees. The atmosphere was electric, and it was clear that visitors were thrilled to be back and enjoying the fair's many attractions.
Much of this success is due to the hard work of the event organizers, Henry and Jason. They have been working tirelessly to expand and improve the fair year after year. This year, they outdid themselves by adding even more attractions to the already impressive lineup of activities. Visitors were treated to an impressive selection of stalls selling everything from locally grown plants to food from around the world, chili that could melt your taste buds, leatherworking masterpieces, a petting zoo, iron artworks, show bags, antiques, and much more.
As the fair draws to a close, we can't help but feel a tinge of sadness at the thought of waiting another year for it to return. But, we are already looking forward to next year's fair, which we are confident will be even more impressive than this one. So, mark your calendars, and we hope to see you all again at the Meadows Easter Fair next year.