Christmas is a time when it can be stressful and a rush to get everything done.
But Daisy Street, Fairy Meadow is emerging as one haven where people are entertained while they visit several shops for last minute purchases and patiently queue for their seafood.
On Christmas Eve light showers were greeted with welcoming smiles.
No one minded getting wet as they waited to stock up with the freshest seafood for Christmas Day.
Grant Logue, of Harley and Johns Seafood, ordered in 27,000 oysters and five tonne of prawns for the two days leading up to Christmas.
His business has built a reputation over the last 10 years ago and is joined by others street who are creating an atmosphere filled with Christmas spirit.
Mel Cherrie, of Hello Petal, said people make the most of the friendly businesses working together to deliver last minute solutions for food and gift purchases.
She said at Hello Petal people put their seafood down on the counter while they choose their flowers and then pick up a coffee next door before heading home.
"It is really lovely what has happened here over the last decade," she said.
"We have a really lovely little community here. Jo next door really champions our area at the Broken Drum cafe. And now we have Diana at the Black Duck ceramics studio which has just opened up across the road".
Ken Murray said he has come to Harley and Johns on Christmas Eve for each of the last 10 years.
"It is good stock. And now they have some busking in the street while you wait," he said.
For Mel Reeves it was her first visit to the festive street for her Christmas seafood and then a coffee next door. She said it was such a good effortless experience it won't be her last.
Mr Logue said there were a steady stream of people queuing outside Harley and Johns Seafood since before the doors opened at 6am.
"It is always the coffee shop and our biggest day of the year," he said.
"Every year we try and do a little bit more to make it better. This year we wanted to create a street festival".
Mr Logue said this business will be busy again on Boxing Day when it opens from 9am to 2pm. And he expects Harley and Johns Seafood to stay busy leading up to New Year.