August was filled with people whipping out their cameras across the Highlands, as they celebrated different occasions, and the beauty of the region.
Check out all of the stories below and click on the link to learn more.
Horses around the Highlands and Tablelands celebrate their shared birthday
We kicked off the month with a happy birthday to horses around the region. Highlanders sent us hilarious snaps of their beloved animals horsing around.
Mittagong Preschool brings the Olympic spirit Down Under
Preschoolers in Mittagong got behind our athletes earlier this month with a little Olympics of their own. They participated in a variety of activities and also received medals.
Connecting with Southern Highlands nature for Planet Ark's National Tree Day
Little Highlanders celebrated National Tree Day, and ventured out to appreciate the natural beauty of the region.
Nathan Moore embraces Southern Highlands nature and a new hobby in the height of the Covid pandemic
Did you see Nathan Moore's photos that captured the region's incredible animals and plants? The Willow Vale resident dived into photography in the height of the pandemic last year.
Southern Highlands winter proves picture perfect through the lens
Winter certainly served up some beautifully misty days in the Highlands this year. One local photographer captured its magic this month.
Book Week fun a highlight of learning from home during COVID-19 lockdown in NSW
Little Highlanders got dressed up at home last week as their favourite characters for Book Week.
Six times a charm: Another joyful gallery of dogs from the Southern Highlands and Tablelands
We asked for dog photos for International Dog Day on August 26, and Highlanders certainly delivered. Six galleries were created to celebrate all of the pooches in the region.
Have a look back at winter moments people captured in the Southern Highlands and Tablelands
The Highlands and Tablelands were covered in frost and snow with numbing temperatures to match this winter. Check out our gallery of winter snaps (see what we did there?) and what the coldest temperatures were.
Covid-19 did not stop one Southern Highlands rugby league club's determination to have a great season
Although the rugby league season was cut short this year, the Southern Highlands Storm Junior Rugby League Club had a terrific run.
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