Winton's central Elderlie Street was gleaming on Saturday morning for the Outback Festival's grand parade.
Every vantage point was taken for the parade which celebrated the 25th anniversary of the festival.
The highlight was a host of heritage trucks lined the street, many on loan from the Winton Truck Museum as well as others from every corner of the state and beyond.
The army's 1RAR marching band and some military hardware led the parade which also featured American comedian Leapin Louie, the Memphis Movers and local funsters the Crack Up Sisters.
The parade followed the quirky Dunny Derby on Friday.
Other Outback Festival highlights included Outback Iron man, Iron women and Iron juniors, Bush Poets Breakfasts, Outback Century Cycle Challenge, Sunset Extravaganza Charity Dinners, five concerts Kids workshops and dedicated Indigenous Cultural Program.
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