A touch of salsa fills the big top

Performing ponies, dancing dogs, fire twirlers, acrobats and clowns have rolled into Warrawong with Webers Circus.

The family-run circus began with Natalie and Rudy Weber and their three daughters in 2006.

The South American-themed circus has since performed throughout NSW, ACT and Queensland.

"My dad definitely takes pride in it," Wonita Weber said.

"We've been performing in Sydney over the past four years and we always have a full house."

Wollongong's Sue Meehan took her grandniece and grandnephew to Monday's show for their first circus experience.

"The children are bedazzled," she said.

"They were most excited to see the dancing dogs."

Ms Meehan said she was impressed by the ability of the younger performers.

Webers Circus opened at Kully Bay Park in Warrawong on December 31 and will perform their final show on January 20.

Shows will be held at 11am each Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, at 7pm each Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, and 3pm each Saturday and on Sunday, January 13.

Ticket prices range from $22 to $30 for adults and $14 to $22 for children. Children under two can attend the circus for free.


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