Some much anticipated sunny weather and a little finger picking from the Sidewalk Stompers helped get crowds in the mood for Saturday’s annual Old & Gold festival at Brunswick Heads.
With up to 100 garage sales and four halls full of stalls, there was treasure to be found for everyone (depending on your definition, of course).
Local charity groups made some much needed cash, with Rotary and VRA BBQs, stalls at the Catholic Church and stalls and Devonshire tea at the CWA Hall.
The Brunswick Heads Scouts manned the car parking while the team at the Visitor Centre dished up good old-fashioned homemade cakes, soup and frittata outside the Memorial Hall.
The Brunswick Picture House helped out with looking after the kids, giving their golden oldies a chance to relax and browse in peace.