Music, colour and plenty of fun.
That's what Saturday's 30th anniversary Parkes Elvis Festival street parade was all about.
The parade has been running as long as the festival has and there was no better way to finish it off on Saturday than with Parkes man Trent 'Dooley' Thomson leading his 85-strong cohort of 'Hooley Dooleys', who were dressed as Elvis and Priscilla in Hawaiian skirts.
The parade featured everything from roller-skating Elvis, Hawaiian dancers and floral skirts to pink flamingoes and even an unexpected entrant that appeared out of nowhere, a wallaby. It didn't hold up the parade but did appear a little scared and was quick to get out of the spotlight.
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