The 2019 Terara Country Music Campout has been the biggest and best yet, raising around $40,000 for community groups.
Organisers Owen and Thelma Ison and their band of willing workers were delighted with the outcome of the three-day event.
And they went close to achieving Mr Ison's dream of topping 400 caravans at the 21-acre Millbank Road property.
"We went close to the 400 goal, the closest we have ever been," Mr Ison said.
"We had well over 350 vans, definitely our biggest yet. We beat our previous best of 340 vans in 2017.
"Next year we'll get the 400.
"We could still fit at least another 60 vans comfortably."
It was great to see so many people in town. I'd hate to think how much money they spent while they were here.Terara Country Music Campout organiser Owen Ison
So popular was the event that within an hour of officially opening their gates on Saturday, March 31 [a week before the actual campout] more than 120 caravans had arrived.
And "Owie's World" as it is affectionately known, certainly stood out, especially from the air as Max Cochrane's superb photograph shows.
"It was just a great event," Mr Ison said.
"I can't thank everyone enough for all their support.
"The support from local businesses was fantastic and the number of locals who attended the event was amazing.
"There were so many locals at this year's event. It was great.
"Everything ran smoothly - even the weather did its bit. It didn't rain. Some people even asked what was wrong?"
The campout has been known to break droughts.
This is a fulltime job, not just the 10 days or so that people are actually here. We have as great group of volunteers who I can't thank enough.Terara Country Music Campout organiser Owen Ison
"Mind you I was asked a few months ago by some farmers if I could bring the event forward because they needed the rain," he joked.
He said the Saturday night headline show alone attracted more than 900 people.
"It was great to see so many people in town. I'd hate to think how much money they spent while they were here," he said.
"They were all off in town shopping and eating. And they spent money on everything from batteries, food, petrol and, of course, shopping."
Mr Ison was quick to praise the hard working team behind the scenes.
"This is a fulltime job, not just the 10 days or so that people are actually here," Mr Ison said.
"There is a small dedicated team who work hard all year to ensure the event runs smoothly."
Spectators were even treated to the sight of Mr Ison up on stage.
"Sandie Dodd got me," he said. "She got me up on stage. It was the first time I've ever performed and maybe my last.
"I just love the friendship around this event. There are people who turn up that you haven't seen for years. We had people travel from Adelaide and Rockhampton just to be part of the campout."
Plans are already well underway for next year's event, scheduled March 26-29.
"We are already booking artists for 2021, that's how far ahead we need to be organised," he said.