It was a big weekend of acrobatic feats at the National Circus Fest, held at the Mullum Showgrounds.
Ten-year-old Emily told The Echo the first act she saw was called the Wheel of Death, which was ‘a lady doing tricks on tricks wheel. Some of the tricks she was about to perform seemed impossible at first, although she managed it. One of the best tricks, in my opinion, was when she hung onto the wheel and spun upside down. She then proceeded with a trick where she fitted her whole body in a tiny hoop’.
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