"Build a longer table, not a higher fence" - this comment by well-known Queensland photographer Edwina Robertson was one of the offerings from four talented speakers sharing insights in how to connect through creativity at the annual Queensland Rural Regional and Remote Women's Network high tea in Brisbane.
An Australian Lowline bull and Ausline cow have won the top honours in the small breeds interbreed judging.
A four-and-a-half year old Illawarra cow from Malanda is this year's Royal Queensland Show supreme champion.
The need for outspoken advocates has never been more important and thanks to the support of industry leaders, the next generation is picking up the mantle.
If you're in the centre ring at the Ekka on the opening day of stud cattle judging, chances are you've heard the authoritative voice of Keith McRobert over the loudspeaker.
Victory is sweet for the students and teachers of Coonamble High School, who have worked extremely hard to make it to the Ekka in such a tough year.
Mr Eurell "could not help" but anoint Secrets Surround (Falvelon-Marni) as the supreme exhibit after a long morning of exhaustive evaluation.