Carols were back with a bang.
After a year off, Carols in the Park at Belmore Park returned, bringing plenty of smiles to community members.
Featuring local artists like Leaving Reality, Jamie Agius and Roo Arcus who all rocked the evening, hundreds of people flocked to watch the cracking performances despite strong winds and heavy rain.
It was a great decision to attend as they witnessed the biggest name of the evening, five-time Golden Guitar winner and host Pete Denahy perform.
Proceedings began with a greeting from Anglican Church of West Goulburn's pastor Mick Hookham who spoke about how special this Christmas was.
"Christmas is always a great time for celebrations," Mr Hookham said.
"It is a time for people to reunite, so this Christmas is a really special one as many haven't been able to see loved ones and family for a long time.
"The last couple of years have been tough in loads of different ways.
"There's been constant change and life has been like a roller coaster ride.
"Hopefully tonight, we can all have a fresh look at what Christmas means."
In between performances, kids were also treated to a visit from Santa Claus as well as a bag of lollies.
Check out photos from the event in the gallery above.
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