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IT'S official, the title of the Biggest
Prawn Cocktail belongs to South
Australia after a 72.96-kilogram
cocktail was constructed at the
Copper Cove Marina Festival din-
ner on Saturday.
The record, previously held by
Queensland was smashed by 12
kilograms at Saturday's dinner at
the Coopers Alehouse, but the
record may not last long.
"We think the Queensland
Prawn Association, who had the
record previously and were aware
of what we were doing, will redo
the attempt and try to break it at
an event next year," festival com-
mittee chairperson Michael Nance
"We will then try to beat it at the
"The staff at the Coopers Ale-
house did all the peeling of the
prawns and the committee really
appreciate their work as there was
140kg of prawns to peel."
Mr Nance said the dinner was a
highlight of the two-day festival
with about 120 people attending,
although they could only manage
to eat less than half of the giant
"Overall, we are very pleased
with the event and how it went,"
Mr Nance said.
"Even though it was windy on
Saturday the numbers were good
and there was a broad range of
activities for people to do.
"The numbers were down on
Sunday but most food stalls sold
"We have gotten some great
publicity out of the festival.
"Out of the Blue is coming back
soon to do more filming for an
episode focusing on the festival
which should air on Channel 7 on
Prawn cocktail record
broken at marina festival
MARINA FESTIVAL... Vicki and Kurt Hartleib, Moon-
ta, enjoy the sunshine at the Copper Cove Marina Fes-
tival on Saturday.
SAIL AWAY... Wallaroo Sailing Club members
Margaret Pope, Sue Woodforde and June Nash
promote their sport at the marina festival.
BOATS ON SHOW... Iesha Cantell, Port Pirie;
Elise Moore, Kadina; and Zaliah Cantell, Port Pirie,
check out the boats on display at the festival.
COOKING UP A STORM... Michael Keelan, from television
show Out of the Blue, cooks up a storm out the front of the
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