Weengallon was the place to be on Wednesday with more than 600 women coming from far and wide for Pink Ladies Day.
Themed as high tea, the day was full of shopping, socialising, and great food, with a little bit of elegance sprinkled in the mix.
This year, the day raised money for a local breast and prostate care nurse to be based in Goondiwindi as well as the Olive McMahon Lodge in Toowoomba.
The ladies in attendance were more than willing to open their cheque books for charity, with one piece of art selling for $4100 in a tight bidding war.
Created by Goondiwindi artist Rebecca Fing, the artwork was made of flowers and leaves which were drawn, coloured, and cut out by 238 women form the community and surrounding districts.
Pink Ladies Day committee president, Emma Montgomery, Talwood, said she was pleased with the turnout and the huge support of the women.
“We've made a name for ourselves which is fantastic when you're organising an event like this that people want to come from so far,” she said.
“To come to this little town of Weengallon where really there's an amazing community and not much else, I guess it's a testament to the day itself and the good work it does.”
Take a look at our mega gallery from the day.