A bit of wet weather, and some mud underfoot, couldn't dampen the spirits of the crowd at Tocal Field Days.
In fact it enhanced them because they know that the region desperately needs more rain.
The annual event, held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, showcased all things agriculture and lifestyle.
It offered the usual favourites like the billy boiling contest, piglet races and kissing llamas.
Tocal Field Days chairperson Darren Bayley said Friday attendance was strong and Sunday was a record, resulting in a total attendance of more than 20,000 across the three days.
"Everything's gone really smoothly, the feedback has been really good," Mr Bayley said.
Mr Bayley said this year's theme of animals and livestock was a real winner, particularly with the younger crowd, who enjoyed the piglet races and llamas.