TRACTORS, trucks, bands, community groups, dogs and even a few camels graced the main street of Ulverstone for the annual Simon’s Design Centre Christmas Parade on Saturday.
The Ulverstone community turned out in force to see groups from all over the region share in the Christmas spirit.
More than 50 floats took to the streets for the parade, which was extremely well organised by the Apex Club of Ulverstone.
Organisers could not have been happier with the support shown from the public, even if earlier in the day dark clouds may have put them off.
All floats were out to get a share of the prizes on offer for the best floats in a number of categories.
Best overall float went to the Forth farm and produce, which took home a $250 gift voucher donated by a number of local businesses.
Other winners included the Ulverstone Lions Club for best service club, Ulverstone Pedal Buggies for best business, the Life Christian Church, Leighlands Christian School and Little Athletics.
With the wet weather holding off, the thousands of Ulverstone residents walked down to the Party in the Park, held at Anzac Park.
The party was a free event for the family, which included sideshow alley and entertainment from a number of North-West and school bands.
Going for a spin on the car ride at the Ulverstone Party in the Park is Blake Woodberry, with dad Harley, of Penguin.
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