Vintage cars, good coffee, the iconic backdrop of Bradman Oval - if any of those elements have caught your attention, then clear your schedule for early Sunday morning.
Bowral Cars and Coffee is back on from 8-10am on St Jude Street outside Bradman Oval, after a long absence due to COVID-19.
"We're expecting Sunday to be a big event as people have been waiting so long for it to come back," said organiser Phil Walmsley.
The event began in late 2018, and gathered momentum during 2019.
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By early 2020, when COVID-19 put a stop to it, 80-100 cars were turning up on the last Sunday of the month, with drivers and vintage car enthusiasts enjoying a coffee from the Bradman Cafe and a peruse of all the vehicles.
"It's just like-minded enthusiasts getting together to admire people's cars and meet people who talk the same language," said Mr Walmsley.
"Bradman is an iconic location, and it's away from commercial hub so doesn't interfere with other businesses."
Mr Walmsley is looking forward to Sunday morning himself, but is yet to decide on the wheels that will take him there.
"I have a few different cars - I'll wake up in the morning and pick one," he said.
"It might be my 1968 Mini Cooper S."