Berrigan Canola Festival street parade - Riverina Screamer

Canola Festival

This year marks 20 years since the very first Golden Canola Festival, once held in early to mid-September. Although it’s been been several years since the final street parade, it’s hard to forget this once-popular event with all the stunning canola around us during September!
Last year we shared a flashback to the very first parade, which coincided with the Berrigan Show, so today we just wanted to share a few photos of days gone by and get YOU to share your Canola Festival memories & photos!
Leave your memories in the comments below or head over to our Berrigan: It’s History & People group. And if there is another long-forgotten event from Berrigan’s history that you have fond memories of, share them as well!
As always, if you want to discover more about Berrigan events of days gone by, be sure to pop into the Museum.
1️⃣ 2001 – Old tractors
2️⃣ 2002 – Berrigan Scouts & Girl Guides
3️⃣ 2003 – Dickins & Day spray rigs
4️⃣ 2004 – Berrigan Amateur Dramatic Society
5️⃣ 2005 – Langley’s Bullock Team
6️⃣ 2006 – Berrigan Show Society AY Team
7️⃣ 2007 – Prized old vehicles
8️⃣ 2008 – The iconic Riverina Screamer
9️⃣ 2009 – Berrigan Football Netball Club
🔟 2010 – Berrigan Menshed
🔟 2011 – Berrigan Red Hot Mommas (Red Hat Ladies)
More great photos can be found on the facebook post by Berrigan & District Heritage Museum –
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