The sounds of country music filled the hall of the Darlington Point Sports Club as part of a appeal raising funds for those fighting bushfires across the state.
The club hosted an 'Australia Stands For Mateship' appeal to help raise funds for members of the RFS, with 120 people packing into the club's hall for an afternoon of country tunes and bush poetry.
Event organiser Lenny Teelow said a dedicated crowd came out for the event and he was pleased with how the event went.
"The crowd stayed right until stumps," Mr Teelow said.
"We had people come from West Wylaong [and] Finley.
"It was a good effort for a small country town."
Mr Teelow said $1600 was raised by those attending the event and the efforts will go to "those that put their life on the line" in the RFS who worked to defend communities from fires across the state.
Attendees were treated to a range of performers at the event and Mr Teelow said the lineup draw a good response from those who attended.
"The feedback from the public was very good," Mr Teelow said.
"Elke Schulz [who performed with Tom Boston] was magnificent on the [German] bells... Whitton brother and sister Bill and Suzie [Bevan] were pretty popular as well."
Orange-based bush poet Harry Bestwick and Griffith band Recycled were also on the bill, with Mr Teelow himself making the step onto the stage to perform a number of his own songs.