The Pyengana Easter Carnival celebrates historic trades and skills

The small town of Pyengana will come to life when its annual Easter Carnival takes place on March 30 and April 1.

With history reaching back as far back as the early 1900s, the carnival will showcase skills such as woodchopping and blacksmithing. 

The two-day event will also feature working sheepdog trials and dog obedience displays, trade stalls, and a display of cars, bikes, stationary engines, machinery, and other collectables 

A sit-down morning and afternoon tea and lunch will be offered to patrons, with a barbecue and bar also available.

The Pyengana Easter Carnival will take place at the Pyengana Recreation Ground.

For further information, contact Vaughan Oldham on 6373 6170.