A GORGEOUS day went hand-in-hand with some of Leeton's most spectacular and unique gardens on Easter Monday.
For the first time in many years organisers from the Leeton Garden Club awoke to blue skies, the sun shining down and warm weather for the group's annual open garden day.
It was a good omen indeed as residents and visitors alike streamed through the gates at each of the four locations in town.
Many travelled from throughout the region to take part on the day, saying they were thrilled to be in Leeton and out and about enjoying what each garden had to offer.
Plenty of hard work was put in by each of the owners who had their gardens on show, which also benefited from the recent rain experienced in town to be looking their very best on the day.
The open gardens event was cancelled last year due to the pandemic and its association restrictions, with the year before a rain-filled affair.
With the group due for a perfect day, that is certainly what they received on Easter Monday.
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Those who went through the gate at each garden were also able to enjoy a Devonshire morning tea in beautiful surrounds, with live entertainment also providing a happy backdrop to the occasion.
Planning is already underway for next year's event which will be held as part of the Leeton SunRice Festival.
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