Kylie Bailey and Heather Edwards roll in their patient - one of the scarecrow entries - at Padthaway Estate on Saturday.
Padthaway has wound up a highly successful scarecrow competition - People of Padthaway - with winners collecting their weight on wine on Saturday. Padthaway Estate s Nigel Catt is pictured weighing corporate winner Sam Ward, who won with his Wira Wheely Man. Scarecrow entries have lined Riddoch Hwy since March, providing amusement for thousands of passing motorists. Full story page 5.
Sam Ward s Wira wheely man was the best corporate scarecrow.
Bill Longbottom collects his weight in wine as first prize in the individual category on behalf of his father Phil Longbottom who won with Lawnmower man that changed activities daily.
Padthaway Estate s Nigel Catt talks to some of the crowd on Saturday before the winners were weighed.
SAM Ward's Wira wheely man was the best corporate scarecrow in the People of Padthaway judging.
Patrick Hayes came second with the Euro Carla Get Trucked; and Mr Ward also came third with Mr Big, created by the builders working on their new house.
Forty-two scarecrows have lined the Riddoch Hwy, north and south of Padthaway, since March and entertained thousands of motorists.
About 60 people had a sausage sizzle and drinks in the Padthaway Estate woodshed before winners were announced on Saturday.
Each category was judged by artist Lucy Bonnin of Adelaide.
** More details in this week's Herald.**