North West Queensland's annual health expo is growing from strength to strength with bog crowds through the doors of the Mount Isa Civic Centre this weekend.
There were over 40 exhibits inside covering every aspect of health and related education on Friday and Saturday.
Health services, businesses and industry leaders were there to spruik the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.
There was a welcome to country from the Kalkatunga Dancers and informative presentations including from a couple of celebrities - Deadly Choices ambassador and world champion body builder Rhonda Purcell and television chef Mark "The Black" Olive.
Mr Olive got the crowd salivating with his barra and roo recipeswhile he promoted the need to use healthy local produce.
Toxicologist Dr Mark Little talked about tips on how to live with lead in Mount Isa.
The Mount Isa Ballroom Group and the Mount Isa Line Dancers performed on stage inviting the public to join in while toxicologist Dr Mark Little talked about the importance of staying safe around lead.
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Editor of the North West Star Mount Isa since January 2016. Prior to that, an editor at several regional southern Queensland newspapers. Passionate about telling local stories. Comes with a strange accent to due an Irish accident of birth.
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