A concert at Jamberoo has raised almost $5000 to assist farmers throughout Australia.
Jamberoo Action Park hosted a music festival on Saturday, featuring the likes of Melinda Schneider, Reece Mastin, Amber Lawrence and Mark Gable.
Legendary singer Kamahl also made a surprise guest appearance.
The Take Action Farmers Aid Concert will give a portion of ticket sales to the Rural Aid charity, which provides assistance to farmers throughout Australia.
Ten dollars from each ticket sold will go to the cause.
Jamberoo spokesman Grant Wright said the event was blessed with great weather and great acts.
"It was a solid turnout. We are still waiting for the final count but we expec to have raised in the vicinity of $4000-$5000 for farmers," he said.
Mr Wright said the initial idea was conceived by Kiama musician Lincoln John Piper, who was passionate about the cause.
The event came to fruition on February 12 after a dust storm. "This was the day that we received the dust storm from the west, where most hardship is being felt amongst farmers at this time," Mr Wright said. "We felt it would be great if we could somehow do something here to help them."
Patrons could still enjoy all the water park rides while the concert was taking place.