The town of Molong turned pink on Monday as treasure hunters and bargain pickers from all across the region made their way to market.
Entry to the Molong Village Markets, back for the first time since the Queen's Birthday, cost a gold coin which would be going straight to supporting breast care nurses for the McGrath Foundation.
Market organiser Marj Bollinger said the event had been "flat out" from the time the gates opened.
She said she had "no idea" how many punters had walked through the gates, but said it was easily the biggest turn-out to a market Molong has seen, with feedback to Mrs Bollinger saying "there truly is something for everyone".
Visitors had come from all across the region, with some stallholders reporting people coming from Sydney just for the market, with the town already swelling thanks to the NSW Disc Golf championships.
"It's been a fantastic weekend for Molong, no doubt about that. The town has near well doubled in size," Mrs Bollinger said.
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