KOORALBYN RSL Services Club hosted their monthly markets with a touch of tinsel on December 1.
Parents enjoyed browsing the stalls, having a coffee or ice cream in the sunshine and catching up with friends and neighbours.
Those with a sweet tooth could also indulge in bread and butter pudding just like grandma used to make.
Children made good use of the play equipment in Billabong Park in anticipation of Santa's arrival.
The queue was long as Kooralbyn kids waited patiently for their turn with the jolly man in red.
Those in attendance were well entertained by Murray Scoble singing a few of the old favourites Christmas songs with a smattering of Elvis hits just for fun.
The crowd enjoyed a spot of Christmas shopping while the RSL's chief sausage sizzler Jeff Turgeon kept everyone well fed.