The honour of the Showgirl competition

Top display: Isabelle Willis from St Johns College with Zoe Ryan from Macquarie Anglican Grammar School parading "Duchess". Photo: Jenny Kingham
Top display: Isabelle Willis from St Johns College with Zoe Ryan from Macquarie Anglican Grammar School parading "Duchess". Photo: Jenny Kingham

The Annual Showgirl competition, run at many agricultural shows across the country, have always been a proud tradition with entrants learning new skills, raising funds for charities and bringing prestige to the towns. Last year's Peak Hill Showgirl, Erin O'Leary has gone one step futher and reintroduced the Junior Stockman and Showgirl which haven't been held in Peak Hill for over ten years.

Fun on all fours: Mundara Read had a great time riding the mini four wheeler at last year's Peak Hill Show. Photo: Jenny Kingham.

Fun on all fours: Mundara Read had a great time riding the mini four wheeler at last year's Peak Hill Show. Photo: Jenny Kingham.

The proud winner of the 2019 Showgirl is Georgia Westcott. Georgia attended school at Peak Hill Central School and went on to complete her Bachelor Of Education through CSU in Wagga, and is currently teaching kindergarten at Gilgandra Public School.

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Sky is the limit: Taigan Brennan-Ingram and Chris Moore made it to the top of the North West Climbing Rock Wall. Photo: Jenny Kingham.

Sky is the limit: Taigan Brennan-Ingram and Chris Moore made it to the top of the North West Climbing Rock Wall. Photo: Jenny Kingham.

The Teenage Showgirl is Millie Mitchell who is currently in Year 10 at Kinross Wolaroi, and is hoping to become a paramedic.