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Time to throw on the onesie, Cowtown-style

In the MoooD: Cowaramup's herd of onesie-wearing locals grows each year. Photo: Nicky Lefebvre
In the MoooD: Cowaramup's herd of onesie-wearing locals grows each year. Photo: Nicky Lefebvre

Cowaramup's 'Udderly LegenDairy' Country Fair returns to the region this weekend for a day of wintertime fun.

The fair takes over the Cowaramup Hall, Oval and Duggan Pavilion with a variety of market stalls and food trucks, country demonstrations, vintage cars on show and tons of family friendly games and activities.

"The CowLympics are back this year, so there are plenty of fun events for people to have a go," said co-organiser Jill Turton.

"We also have heaps of great food options for every taste, and there's the kids' zone and the creative cow competition."

Residents and visitors to the town embrace the opportunity to don cow and farm-themed onesies and their sturdiest boots while soaking up a bit of South West country hospitality and quirky fun.

Since DejaMoo began, 2020 was the first time locals couldn't slip on the Cow Onesie and join the herd due to Covid 19 restrictions.

This year, it's all systems go for the event that put Cowaramup in the Guinness Book of World Records.

The Deja Moo Country Fair runs from 9am to 1pm on Saturday July 10.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/cowtowncows

The Deja Moo Country Fair runs from 9am to 1pm on Saturday July 10.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/cowtowncows