Note: This poll ended on 31st January 2014.

Vote for the best tattoo at this year's Gympie Muster!

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Smokin bull Mitchell Law from humpty Doo NT. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

12%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Kathy Drew from Hervey Bay with Indian and Wolf Tattoo. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

60%

Bridgitte Boon and Tim Deluca from Peachester.

4%

Muster Diehard Darryll Caddell has only missed 3 Musters..

1%

Sydney MUster goer Geoff Hogwood comes for the music and great friends.

4%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Chinese fish tatt for Ashley Devine from Morayfield. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

0%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Goanna tatt for Steve Childs from Hervey Bay. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

2%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Tatts. Meaghan Bentley from Tin Can Bay. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

6%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Tribal tatt for Manue Lines from Brisbane. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

1%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Tatts for sisters Fleurette Greeneberg and Samone Stockdale. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

1%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Music tatt for James Hefferan from Nowra NSW. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

4%

Gympie Music Muster 2013. Tatt pic. Rod Mitchell with his Biomechanical tatt design. Photo Tanya Easterby / The Gympie Times

1%

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