FASHION parades will be among the attractions at the final day of Deloraine's alpaca show today.
More than 150 people attended the event at the Deloraine Showground yesterday and organisers are hoping for a good turnout today.
Two fashion parades are planned for today, with the show open from 9am until 3.30pm.
About 30 alpacas were displayed yesterday and breeder John Milward said alpaca fleece was becoming increasingly popular for knitwear and as filling for bedding, such as doonas.
Mr Milward, from Arnon Lodge at Longford, said compared to merino wool, alpaca fleece was often softer, stronger and finer.
And because alpaca fleece came in 16 colours, it did not always need to be dyed.
He said some people preferred garments that had not been dyed.