LOCALS and visitors flocked to the rainforest on Saturday for the inaugural Bloomfield Cultural Bazaar, filling the normally quiet town hall with music, bubbles, art and food.
Dozens of entries kept the judges busy in the agricultural show section, with cakes, chutneys and preserves, flower arrangements, pets and more entered.
Attendees were kept entertained by a string of local live bands, as well as stalls selling everything from show bags and dagwood dogs to locally grown tropical fruit and vanilla.
Kids enjoyed the giant bubble antics of children’s entertainer Bugzy Bumblebee, who also lent her skills as the day’s MC, while adults enjoyed tea and coffee in the hall and a drink at the Bazaar Bar.
Organisers said the day was a big success and planned to make it an annual event.