There is some bear-y exciting adventure on offer for the young and the young-at-heart in the Southern Highlands at the moment.
Forget about the mystery surrounding drop bears, it would appear that Teddy bears are creating their own kind of special interest.
And it is all happening at the Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens.
In fact there are 17 bear-ly noticeable Teddy Bears hiding at various location across the developed section of the gardens.
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But just when you think you have found them all they have an almost un-bear-able ability to disappear from a particular location and hide somewhere else.
It means the search for the 17 bears can begin all over again.
It is a situation certain to keep the young, and maybe even the young-at-heart, busy while breathing in some fresh air, at a socially acceptable distance.
In fact, the hidden Teddy bears and the expansive gardens are a great option for some quality time outside.
Take along a picnic blanket, some fold out chairs and a few tasty items to drink and eat and you have got the makings of a great fun, family day out.
And if you happen to head to the gardens on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday you can also check out the many plants for sale in the nursery.
SHBG development manager Ross Stone said the nursery offered for sale a variety of hard-to-find plants.
He said plant that were growing in the botanic gardens were also available at the nursery.
"Weather permitting the nursery is open from 9am to 3pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of each week," he said.
"All plants are competitively prices and all funds raised go back into work in the gardens."
Those wanting to settle in for a picnic, take a stroll through the gardens or search for hidden Teddy Bears will find the gardens open seven days from 9am to 5pm. However, there is a chance they will be closed a little earlier during poor weather.
The Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens are located on the corner of Old South and Kangaloon Roads, Bowral.