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Thousands see Cooly Rocks parade

Thousands enjoyed the 2012 Cooly Rocks On parade.
Thousands enjoyed the 2012 Cooly Rocks On parade.

THOUSANDS of people braved chill winds and threatening rain to enjoy this year's Cooly Rocks On parade.

Boasting star power of the quality of Wilbur Wilde and Frankie J Holden, the parade lived up to the expectations with colour, sounds and entertainment.

Everything from rock'n'roll dance groups to roller derby was represented, and the streets were lined with hundreds of classic vehicles that caught the eye.

Click here and see our photo gallery for more of the colour of the parade.

Topics:  coolangatta, festival, parade, tweed



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