The Snowy Mountains Grammar School team afloat and ready to paddle.
Their Majesties the King and Queen of Green love food and hate waste, so they were encouraging everyone to compost.
Greg Davis of Berridale was protecting all fair ones from sunburn and promoting skin cancer awareness and the upcoming Relay for Life. Here he anointed Annie O'Keefe.
The Lakewood Barnyard team dressed up for their boat racing events and were heard singing 'Old McDonald had a farm' in the middle of Lake Jindabyne to keep in time.
The Monaro High School team get ready.
A paddle salute from the Snowy Hydro team.
The Chinese Dragons were everywhere, keeping the crowds enthralled.
Colourful and entertaining.
Karen and Ayumi of Jindabyne enjoyed a ride on Alice in Wonderland's cups and saucers.
A great family day for Sarah and her children Jessica, Gemma and Ryan.
Ice-creams were just the thing to keep cool for Tamzyn, Jasmine and Alexandra.
The Monaro High School team gets underway.
There was lots of paddling, fast and furious.
An excited Jindabyne Central seniors team prepares for launch.
The red-shirted Gidgilly's team set off strongly.
What: Flowing Festival and Dragon Boat Challenge
When: Saturday and Sunday
Where: Banjo Paterson Park and Lake Jindabyne
The sun shone, the water sparkled, and the
competition sizzled in one of the best community events of the year.
Photos: Roslyn Carroll.