The Kempton parade was led by the bag pipers.
Australian Light Horsemen parading past the Wilmot Arms
Steve ad Adrian admire a toy.
Adrian, Steve, Josephine and a Yellow Morgan
Australian Light Horsemen were mounted troops with characteristics of both cavalry and mounted infantry. They served during the Second Boer War and World War I.
The horseman performed numerous practice exercises.
This Arabian was being trained.
We visited the Coach House which houses restored antique coaches.
Horse drawn surrey
Horse drawn cart
Wagon and a Cobb & Co. Coach
Coaches were the main form of transportation between Hobart and Launceston in the 19th century.
Kempton's restored Cobb & Co Coach
Sheepdog keeping the ducks in a herd.
Tiger snakes are a type of venomous serpent found in southern regions of Australia.
A young boy showed us how to hold a Blotched Blue Tongue Lizard.
Dorothy held a Blotched Blue Tongue Lizard.
HobartKempton Town FaireWebYear 2011