Darlington Point was awash with excitement on Saturday as a festival celebrating all things Spring took place.
The Spring Festival took over CWA Park on Saturday for the first time since 2017.
Visitors and locals alike took full advantage of the perfect Spring weather and range of activities on offer.
Murrumbidgee Council corporate and community services manager Sue Mitchell said the event was a great success and it was encouraging to see the festival's return embraced by the community.
"We've already had people asking about stalls for next year," Mrs Mitchell said.
More than 40 stalls decorated the grass of CWA Park at this year's event, highlighting the area's wealth of quality food, craft and produce.
However, it was not just top-drawer cuisine and crafts which attracted the crowds.
Mrs Mitchell said the big crowd winner on the day was the train rides operated by the Leeton Lions Club, which ferried passengers around the picturesque parts of Darlington Point.
Crowds were also treated to some glistening beauty in the form of the most attractive vehicles the area had to offer, with members from the Expatriates Auto Club running a display which showcased a vast array of different cars and motorbikes to interested locals.
Visitors had their stamp of approval on the display, selecting the best and most interesting vehicles in a vote on the top 10 most popular vehicles of the day.
Other activities held on the day included a raffle held by the Darlington Point Townlife committee and a wealth of live musical performances.
Mrs Mitchell said the money raised from the raffle will go towards the improvement of the local community.
"Proceeds will go towards local projects," Mrs Mitchell said.
"Particularly the Goanna Walking Track."
The festival returned to Darlington Point after a year off, with the 2018 event cancelled due to a lack of available committee members and volunteers.
The cancellation of last year's festival was the second time in three years the event was not held, with the 2016 festival also cancelled due to the wet weather conditions making the grounds unsafe.