Saturday, 13th May 2023
Come and join us for the Show Girl and Rural Ambassador afternoon tea to meet our 2023 representees. It'll be a fun afternoon filled with refreshments and community spirit, so we hope to see you there!
2022 SHOW GIRL
Introducing our 2022 showgirl Laura Watts!
Laura is a local girl that has lived in the Central Highlands her entire life, originally coming from Clermont and now calling Capella home for the last 11 years.
After completing school she completed her hairdressing apprenticeship at the local salon, which she works at now. Laura loves working in the hair and beauty industry, as it enables her to show her true creativity and lets her have a personal relationship with members of the local community.
Laura is highly passionate about supporting local small businesses, especially while working in one. She is a big believer in “it’s the little guys that make and look after our beautiful community”.
She is thrilled to be representing Capella as the 2022 Showgirl and looks forward to being a part of the show's vibrant and dynamic community. Join us in welcoming Laura to the Capella Show family!
We invite you to participate in the Showgirl competition at Capella Show! If you are interested in learning more about how to join this exciting event, please feel free to get in touch with our team. We are happy to provide you with all the information you need to get started.
Please note that nominations for our 2023 competition close on Friday, 10th May 2023. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to showcase your talent, confidence, and community spirit and be a part of the Capella Show family!
2022 RURAL AMBASSADOR
We are thrilled to announce that Nikita Fenton has been selected as the 2022 Rural Ambassador for Capella Show!
Nikita Fenton is a dedicated educator with a passion for agriculture and rural life. Nikita is a high school teacher that has just started in Capella this year. She originally hails from Dysart before going to Rockhampton to complete her teaching degree. She is a Maths, Science and Agricultural teacher at Capella State High School. While in Rocky, Nikita lives on small acreage and rode horses and enjoyed the rural lifestyle. Since moving to Capella, she has learnt more about the Central Highlands agriculture and looks forward to getting to know everyone at this year’s show.
She is excited to be a part of the 2022 Capella Show and looks forward to meeting members of the community who share her passion for agriculture and rural life. Join us in welcoming Nikita as our 2022 Rural Ambassador!
We invite you to participate in the Rural Ambassador competition at Capella Show! If you are interested in learning more about how to join this exciting event, please feel free to get in touch with our team. We are happy to provide you with all the information you need to get started.
Please note that nominations for our 2023 competition close on Friday, 10th May 2023. We encourage you to stay tuned for further updates and announcements about the competition. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to showcase your passion for rural life and be a part of the Capella Show community!
LATEST SHOW GIRLS & RURAL AMBASSADORS
2021 Show Girl
Meg is a passionate, local resident who grew up in Capella where her parents have 2 cattle properties with approximately 2500 acres. While currently working as a Health, Safety & Environment Officer at a local mine Meg’s passion remains firmly within the agricultural industry.
Meg completed all her schooling in Capella where she participated in programs such as cattle club. Meg firmly believes that her participation in the school’s cattle program led her to gaining valuable skills in public speaking and preparing cattle for show while also gaining experience in the areas of junior judging and parading.
Participation in work experience at Clermont Veterinary Surgery during school led to Meg gaining employment with the Surgery where she first worked as a Junior Vet Nurse. After completing a gap year with the surgery Meg stayed on at the surgery where she completed her Certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing. Meg credits her 7 years with the surgery for many of her current skills as well as many life lessons learnt along the way.
After being crowned Capella’s 2021 Miss Showgirl Meg was awarded the title of CHASS 2021 Miss Showgirl Representative. This title saw Meg compete at the 2021 Miss Showgirl State Finals in Brisbane. When asked about her state finals experience Meg says, “It was a wonderful experience that I will never forget and I have learnt some valuable lessons from there”.
As a passionate supporter of the agricultural industry and local show movement Meg continues to involve herself in the promotion of and organisation of the Capella Show.