Hundreds of people lined Sharpe Avenue last Friday night to watch the FeNaClNG street parade.

Karratha Primary School came third with their FeNaClNG-themed float. Pictures: Louise Allingham Picture: Pilbara News
Tambrey Primary School’s marine float. Picture: Pilbara News

Local schools and community groups paraded the street with colourful floats and performances.

St John Ambulance volunteers. Picture: Pilbara News
Baynton West Primary’s Tree of Life. Picture: Pilbara News

Pegs Creek Primary School won best school float for its 45 years of FeNaClNG float, complete with a Ferris wheel.

Baynton West came in second with its tree of life and Karratha Primary third for its festival party- themed float.

Students from Terre Rouge Ballet danced down the street. Picture: Louise Allingham. Picture: Pilbara News
The Peg's Creek Primary float won the best school entry in the FeNaClNG street parade. Picture: Peg's Creek Primary School Picture: Peg's Creek Primary School

Terre Rouge Ballet won best community group and The Rockers were runner-up.

Best decorated vehicle went to the Pilbara Princess and St John Ambulance was awarded best volunteer group.

Doopa Dog was a crowd favourite. Picture: Pilbara News
Karratha Shotokan Karate Club. Picture: Pilbara News