What does a dairy farmer, an arborist, an earthmover, an adventurist, a publican and a cop have in common?
Well, they, along with seven other men from Kangaroo Valley on the south coast of NSW have all got their kit off (clothes, that is) for a great cause.
The group, led by NSW police officer Todd Cremer, are set to launch the Men of Kangaroo Valley 2022 calendar in aid of Movember.
For months the group have been working on the project, which has seen them bare all in the name of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men's suicide.
Of course, they have also grown the obligatory mo along the way.
The calendar has been "tastefully photographed" by Kangaroo Valley photographer, Lisa Grant, with Senior Constable Cremer saying they will be "much sought after".
"There has been a lot of interest in the calendar and just who might feature," he said.
"I understand there may even have been books running in the village on who will be the cover boy, of course with all money raised going to the cause.
"The community has a rough idea who's taken part, they don't really know for sure and won't until the big reveal.
"I'm over the moon the way the community has taken to the project and supported it.
I'm over the moon the way the community has taken to the project and supported it. We all know the money raised is going to a good cause.Men of Kangaroo Valley 2022 calendar organiser Todd Cremer
"We all know the money raised is going to a good cause."
Thirteen locals will feature, one man for each month and an overall "cover boy".
"We have already raised $4000 and that's without even selling a calendar," Senior Constable Cremer said.
"The way the community has embraced the whole idea has been fantastic."
He said the Valley community had experienced "some pretty tough times over the past couple of years" and he said this was a way to "bring everyone together, raise awareness about men's health issues and in particular mental health and suicide prevention".
"If we can save just one life it is worth it," he said.
It's no secret Senior Constable Cremer is a massive advocate for mental health, in fact in September he burpeed for 10 hours around Kangaroo Valley Showground, raising $37,500 for the ALIVE Project, a community-driven organisation dedicated to ending suicide in young people in Australia.
"Suicide is the biggest killer between 14 and 44 years of age in Australia," he said.
And did he have any trouble convincing his 13 participants to take part?
"Some were certainly keener than others. Some were 'yep' straight away - some may have even offered to give me a preview on the spot, which I declined," he laughed.
Some were certainly keener than others. Some were 'yep' straight away - some may have even offered to give me a preview on the spot, which I declined.Men of Kangaroo Valley 2022 calendar organiser Todd Cremer
"But seriously, I have so much respect for these 13 guys who are willing to get their gear off for the cause.
"Lots of blokes were keen as...there were a few who were a little bit more hesitant but they came around."
But who are the "calendar boys" ?
All will be revealed at the long-awaited official launch on Friday, November 12 at the Friendly Inn Hotel on Moss Vale Road, Kangaroo Valley from 6pm.
Senior Constable Cremer said interestingly the community has become so invested in the idea that they are already nominating blokes for next year.
"So it looks like it's going to become an annual event," he said.
"So many members of the community have been asking when the launch is on, when it's happening.
"They can't seem to wait."
As well as raising funds Senior Constable Cremer hopes the event also creates awareness.
"You've got 13 local blokes who have bravely shed their clothing covered only in glorious mos of their choosing to assist in raising funds," he said.
At the same time it is also hoped others might see the "featured men" as being approachable and be a "willing ear to listen" and a "support group".
Only 500 of the calendars are being produced and they will be on sale from November 12 at the Friendly Inn from 6pm for just $30.
But if you miss out or can't make it on the night, they will also be on sale throughout the Kangaroo Valley village, including at the Post Office, the general store and the chemist.