Today (September 1) officially marks the first day September, Wattle Day and the first day of spring!
Have you spotted flowers in bloom on your daily walk?
Perhaps you have seen buds emerging from plants, or heard the chirps of birds in the air.
Get ready to see colourful blooms around both regions, but maybe steer clear if you suffer from hay fever.
The Highlands and Tablelands were bathed in warm rays of sunshine today, which was a welcoming start to the new season.
The Bureau of Metereology recorded at the Moss Vale Weather Station that it reached 21.5°C after 1pm this afternoon.
A top of 19°C and sunshine has been predicted for tomorrow (September 2) in the Highlands, with a partly cloudy 21°C forecasted for Friday (September 3).
A maximum of 22.7°C was recorded from the Goulburn Airport Weather Station at 2:06pm this afternoon (September 1).
The sunshine has been predicted to remain in Goulburn with a top of 21°C tomorrow (September 2) and 22°C for the following day.