Bordertown's Erich Hubl and Graeme Close work out which way to go next at the large field days site in Lucindale.
David Burt, Kevin Gritton, Emma Handford, and Kirsty McKay get themselves comfortable on couches in the Trade Schools for the Future site - a place students throughout the Limestone Coast can go to be linked with employers in different industries.
Tyna Murray and Bernadette Blance-Palmer enjoy the afternoon at the SE Field Days.
Eleanor Burrow (right) has a chat to Bree McCarthy (left), Murray Burdett and Jenny Blomberg (seated) from Limestone Coast Work Options about the different courses they offer.
Local author Mike Riddle has his books on display with friend and fellow member of The Poet's Pen Joyleen Gibbons.
Maryanne Lang, Dianne Major, Emily Hassell and Andrew Stephens from NAB Agribusiness set up in the Yakka Pavillion to chat to visitors about what services they provide.
Sunrise Christian School principal Anne Dolan (left) with Christina Kaczmarek and students Jack, Grace abd Joe Grundy at their stall in the Yakka Pavillion.
Amy Croser and Jane Savage from Saint Martins Lutheran College in Mount Gambier.
Frank Tsai gives passers by a taste of his smoked ocean trout in the Yakka Pavillion.
Bruce and Rene Logan from Terang, Victoria watch a demonstation of a post being hit into the ground. "It has been seven years since we've been to the SE Field Days and we can't get over how much it has improved," Mrs Logan said.
The fashion parades in Elad Shed were a popular event at the SE Field Days.
Andy Ellis from Millicent tries out a Kubota M7040 tractor while chatting to G and J East's Brett Squire from Strathalbyn at one of the many agricultural machinery sites.
Andrej Kammer and Ben Wood man the Hear Clear Audiology site.
Roger Babolka from Enterprise Connect in Mount Gambier, Sarah Overland from the Regional Development Board in Naracoorte and Gina Ploenges, an apprenticeship and traineeship advisor based in Mount Gambier.
Tanya McCulloch from the Naracoorte Lucindale Road Safety Group encourages people to have their say about what needs to be done to make the roads in the area safer.
Mount Gambier's John Blok and Tim Greenwood from Four Blok, a business selling car parts online and on-site at the SE Field Days.
A large crowd wonders through the Lions Pavillion.
Robe's Michelle Cook and Mount Gambier's Meredith Dent look at dresses in the Lions Pavilion.
Geelong's Celeste Livesley and Amanda Hunter from Pivot Stove and Heating teach visitors to the field days how to cook muffins, scones, soda bread and even pork bellies.
SE Saddlery's Lindy Launer (right) shows Tanya and Tony Thomas from Pinnaroo, SA some Primemover work shirts at the field days.
SE Field Days visitors came from everywhere last weekend - even overseas. Massimo Wells, aged 3, from Verona, Italy, gets up close to a baby cow at Old MacDonald's Animal Nursery.
Andre Wells, aged 5, from Verona, Italy pats a baby llama at Old MacDonalds Animal Nursery.
Robe's William Corbiac, aged 2, entertains himself in the Balharry Memorial Kindergarten activity tent.
Naracoorte's Jorja Walker, 13 months old, plays in the Balharry Memorial Kindergarten activity tent.
Anna Rasheed, aged 2, has fun on the playground in the Balharry Memorial Kindergarten activity tent.
Sandra Potter, from Gibbsland, Victoria takes her doges Sooty and Muffy for a stroll through Yakka Park.
Ambulance officers Michelle Pietersma, based in Nangwarry/ Mount Gambier, Jeanetter Stott, Lucindale and Michelle Dupree, Lucindale, talk to 4 year old Charlize Bailey from Penola about using the emergency service.
Scott Griffin from Circus Elements in Adelaide shows off his juggling skills.
German backpackers Florian Reich and Manuela Eckl talk to Naracoorte Caves manager Deborah Carden with friend Lyn Andrews from Mount Gambier.
Matt Lane from Upper Murray Seeds in Adelaide chats to client Doc Johnson in Naracoorte and Josh Rasheed from Naracoorte Seeds.
Ballarat's Emilie Carey from Australian Leather Seal shines the shoes of Ballarat's Hamish Smith.
GJ Gardner's Sue McDonald from Mount Gambier, Meg Dohse from Naracoorte, and Joe Jeffrey from Mount Gambier on their field day's site.
Country Fire Service regional commander John Probert with community education officer Vikki Hann.
Volunteer Fire Fighters Museum chair Rex Hall with Country Fire Service region 5 operation brigade Graeme McPhee.
Lucindale Area School parent and governing council member Ben Glatz (second from left) with agricultural coordinator Scott McEachern (left), principal Adrian Maywald and deputy principal Kellie Gibbs at the school's SE Field Days site on Friday. Mr Glatz is donating an Angus steer to the school's show team.
Lucindale Area School Year 11 students Nikita Dunn and Taylor Ferguson get goodie bags ready for kids to go on the popular Yakka Trail.
Eddie Johnson, aged 5, and brother Will, 4 sit in the cock pit of the Royal Flyinig Doctor Service model plane.
Ronnie Wightion from Carpenters Rock, SA, 12, plays with one of the Pedigree puppies.
Cathe Dowdell, Cristy Crouch and Katrina McPhee from People's Choice Credit Union service Mount Gambier, Millicent and Naracoorte.
Daniel James from SE Marine rides a 1000c Can-Am Mudrunner quad bike through a huge mud pit at the field days.
Eloise Adams from Benayeo, Victoria wanders around Yakka Park with friend Maddi Ryan from Edenhope.
Ashley and Robyn Clark from Sandy Grove, Kingston.
Emma and Sam Dickerson play in the sandpit.
Malcolm McEachern at Tidswall Wines in the Yakka Pavillion.
Professional photographer Jo Hodges with her book "Out of the Blue".
SE Field Days committee member Neil Ferguson drives around Yakka Park making sure everything is running smoothly.
Lucindale Lions Club president Digby Allsopp and SE Field Days president Doug Crosby.
Brothers Paul and Roger Hassett at their Greedy Gecko field days site.
Avenue Emus' Neil and Julie Thomas with some of their products on sale at their stall.
Lucindale Area School, Naracoorte Primary School and Naracoorte South Primary combined as a choir to perform at the field days.
Ashley Clark from Sandy Grove shows visitors how to cook muntrie scones.
Airtec Australia's Ashley Smart (centre) chats to Sam Graetz and Todd Smith.