Shinju decides to move float parade back to Male Oval in 2018

Written on the 5 September 2017

While the new Shinju Pearl Harvest Party (supported by the Chinatown Revitalisation) was hailed a great success, the Broome communiity was divided this week by the long


While the Pearl Harvest Party was an amazing success, we acknowledge that many people have a great love for the Mardi Gras on Male Oval. We're pleased to advise that we'll reinstate the original float parade route, so it goes past the Roey and we'll end up on the oval for the Mardi Gras.
We'll keep the Pearl Harvest Party, but hold that on a separate night.
I'd like to thank everyone who gave feedback or contributed to the discussion in a respectful way without retreating to personal attack.


The Parade and festivities afterwards
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Festivities ON the oval
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The iconic lights on the oval
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Closing Ceremony/Fireworks
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Shinju festival queen or king
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the lead up with lights/lanterns etc on Frederick St and town in the week before .
creates anticipation
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Festival of the Nations
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Beach/Sand castle competition/activities
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The View to Asia Exhibition
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The kids dance concert
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Pet Parade
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Pearl Harvest Party at Willie Creek Pearls (happened in 2016)

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The Old Pearling Games

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