The bunker at Mount Kembla Village Hotel was the place to be on Sunday.
More than 200 people took part in the traditional Australian gambling game played mainly on Anzac Day.
But hundreds more played at other clubs and pubs throughout the region, with Figtree Hotel and Towradgi Beach Hotel also running their two-up games outdoors.
At Mount Kembla, a good mixture of young and old men and women placed their bets when the boxer [game manager] called come in spinner.
After the designated spinner threw the coins in the air, players bet on whether the coins would fall with both heads (observe) up, both tails (reverse) up or with coin a head and one a tail (odds).
With The Master Builders Club opting against running two-up this year, most of their punters went to Mount Kembla Village Hotel instead, much to the pleasure of owner Daine Blackburn.
"It's a great turnout. I'm just happy we can do this again for Anzac Day after missing out last year," he said.
"We've been running two-up outside for about 14 years now.
"Our bunker is a unique little initiative which allows punters to get close to the action but not too close.
"As you can see everyone is having a great time. We're just happy to be able to run it for everyone to enjoy."
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