The 2019 Burradise Festival was a hit over the Mother's Day weekend at Culburra Beach.
The warm sunshine and good vibes attracted thousands of festival goers who enjoyed the many events and activities on May 11 and 12.
Chair of the organising committee, Alex McNeilly, was pleased with the turn out.
"We had great attendance this year, many visitors traveled to be with us from both near and far, all enjoyed our coastal festival program, events and entertainment," Mr McNeilly said.
The music line up was packed with performances by local and visiting bands which included Benji and the Saltwater Sound System, GOTU, Inspektor Gadge, Frank Sultana, Daddy Longlegs and the Swamp Donkeys as well as Californian band, Allensworth.
The food fair and stage fed and entertained guests all day, over 30 local artists showcased their music and talents to the crowd.
One of the many highlights saw Bateria 61, a 25-piece samba band, parade throughout the festival to spread happy vibes.
Children enjoyed the ice-skating rink, rides and recycled gift making.
The skate jam event was a huge hit with skateboarders.
Drumming circles, art exhibits, cooking competitions, dance performances and even a recycled fashion parade entertained crowds.
"There really was something for everyone to enjoy, " Mr McNeilly said.