Families lap up Fringe festival fun

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Fairy Lexi with harper Smith, 8
Camera IconFairy Lexi with harper Smith, 8 Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee/Busselton-Dunsborough Times, Jackson Lavell-Lee

Hundreds of families and artists converged on the ArtGeo Cultural Complex on Saturday for a day filled with fun and frivolity as part of the LiveLighter Busselton Fringe Family Day.

The big crowd enjoyed a wrestling ring, face painting, belly dancing and live music.

Songbird Sings Sinatra star Emma Louise Nisbet said she was excited for her sold-out show at the Weld Theatre that night, while Fairy Lexi decorated the faces of gleeful girls and boys.

In the heart of the complex, bands from St Mary MacKillop College serenaded the crowd, while artists painted and a giant possum offered free hugs.

More Pictures:

Chelsea Wilkie with daughter Chloe-Rose Reardon, 5
Camera IconChelsea Wilkie with daughter Chloe-Rose Reardon, 5 Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee/Busselton-Dunsborough Times, Jackson Lavell-Lee
Leanne Cannon, Godwin Grey and Rebecca Knight
Camera IconLeanne Cannon, Godwin Grey and Rebecca Knight Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee/Busselton-Dunsborough Times, Jackson Lavell-Lee
Ivy Barkely 7, Solomon Barley 11, Addison Atkinson 6 and Emuss Atkinson 11.
Camera IconIvy Barkely 7, Solomon Barley 11, Addison Atkinson 6 and Emuss Atkinson 11. Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee/Busselton-Dunsborough Times, Jackson Lavell-Lee
Crystal Anderson and Asha Roswell, 1.
Camera IconCrystal Anderson and Asha Roswell, 1. Credit: Busselton-Dunsborough Times
Artist Lou Evans
Camera IconArtist Lou Evans Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee/Busselton-Dunsborough Times, Jackson Lavell-Lee
Jenni Gaitskell and Keith Paddick
Camera IconJenni Gaitskell and Keith Paddick Credit: Jackson Lavell-Lee/Busselton-Dunsborough Times, Jackson Lavell-Lee

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