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Best of the Goulburn on show

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October 25, 2017

PBS 106.7FM's Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

TOTGA: Louise Raeder and Michael McMenus (McKinnon).B: Sean Nolan, Grace, 9, and Kim Nolan (Seymour).C: Ted Gray and Elizabeth Mansfield from the Seymour Arts Society.D: Hannah Goodwin and Lisa Hill (Avenel)E: Jaya Prakash, Suman Musku and Kapil Mamini (Melbourne).F: Jade Hua and Jolin Nguyen (Melbourne).G: Keanu Monteiro and Ren McMillan, from Box Hill, Melbourne. H: Lloyd and Lorraine Howarth, from Seymour via Melbourne. J: Bruce Johnstone and James Hall.K: Darren Bohlmann, Tom Brain (Kilmore), Jock Connell (Tasmania), and Dave Brain. I: Michelle, Lauren, 5, Ryder, 3, and Emily (Seymour). M: PBS 106.7FM’s Mike Gurrieri plays a set.

With visitors and locals spending a day tasting, learning and talking about the region’s unique produce, the Tastes of the Goulburn 2017 was a tremendous success, according to event organiser James Anderson.

‘‘Feedback from the vendors was really positive and feedback from the punters was successful — they all had a great day,’’ Mr Anderson said.

‘‘People seemed to enjoy the selection of music throughout the day, and the weather was kind to us.’’

While Mr Anderson didn’t know the exact number of attendees, he estimated it was roughly 25 per cent more than last year’s event, with people coming from far and wide to soak up the atmosphere.

‘‘From my understanding of the day, I reckon it would be about 50/50 between locals and people from outside Seymour,’’ he said.

‘‘I noticed there were people from Shepparton, Benalla, Nagambie, Yea and Melbourne, so there was a nice spread.’’

Mr Anderson believes Tastes of the Goulburn has a bright future.

‘‘The way the committee worked together was fabulous and I’m sure everyone will work towards exceeding this year for next year,’’ he said.

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