There were selfie sticks aplenty as visitors poured into Bowral for Tulip Time over the long weekend.
Tourists and locals lined up around the block to get photos with some of the 90,000 mass-planted tulips in Corbett Gardens.
This year's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious festival celebrated 85 years since the first Mary Poppins book was written.
Bowral is where the idea for the Mary Poppins character originated when the author P L Travers lived there during her teenage years.
Flower enthusiasts also browsed through a variety of market stalls and watched Highlands musical acts perform.
Monday is the last day to visit Corbett Gardens for Tulip Time. The gardens will be open between 9am and 4pm.