Travelling from Wagga Wagga are (from left) Alyssa Nesire, Eden Nesire, Adrian Laws and Janet Laws.
Travelling from Wagga Wagga are (from left) Alyssa Nesire, Eden Nesire, Adrian Laws and Janet Laws.

Mud brings the fun to Easterfest

LAST time Mackenzie Cooper was at Easterfest, she was six years old.

The Brisbane teenager spent the weekend enjoying the annual Christian music festival with her mother Roz and friend Sarah Jubb.

"I like the food and the rides," she said.

"I like the stories we're hearing too about other Christians around the world," Sarah added.

The two girls both agreed the rain dampened their experience but didn't stop them enjoying the music.

The Brisbane trio weren't the only ones who travelled to the Garden City for the festival.

Alyssa Nesire drove 13 hours with her family Adrian and Janet Laws and Eden Nesire from Wagga Wagga.

"I've been coming (to Easterfest) for the last six years," she said.

Sarah Waldron travelled from Orange to enjoy the festival for the first time, while friends Millie McCann-Fowler and Ellie Capuano made the trip from the Gold Coast and the weather didn't bother them.

"It's wet, but it's super good wet," Millie said.


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