The North Nowra Junior and Girl Guides whipped up some tasty treats to support farmers through the ongoing drought crisis.
"There is nothing more Australian than lending a hand in a time of crisis, or a delicious homemade pavlova," said leader Tess Thomas.
Nine girls and their leaders held a sell out pavlova grazing table at the Dog & Monocle in support of Rural Aids Buy a Bale program.
The Guides sliced fruit, set tables, welcomed and served guests tea and pavlovas during the morning.
All ingredients for the event were donated by parents of the guides - with one guide, Tori, and her sister dipping into their piggy banks to donate fresh fruit for the event - so 100 per cent of the takings could be donated to Rural Aid.
The girls raised $1074.30 for the Buy a Bale program, through ticket sales and the generosity of the public.
"On behalf of the North Nowra Girl Guides, we would like to thank the Shoalhaven community and the Dog & Monocle for getting behind us and Rural Aids Buy A Bale program," Ms THomas said.