The snags are hot, the onions are cooked and the sauce is at the ready at a massive sausage sizzle being held to help drought-stricken farmers.
Staff at the Wagga Bunnings store are manning the barbecues until 4pm on Friday, offering sausage sandwiches and drinks, with all money raised going to the Buy A Bale fundraising campaign.
Staff member Lisa Holgate said the queue of hungry shoppers had started building up shortly after the snags began cooking.
By 10.30am, the line of supporters actually stretched back into the Pearson Street store.
Ms Holgate said shoppers had not only been tucking into the snags, but they had also been happy to hand over extra donations.
“We’ve even had people giving us $50 notes as donations,” she said.
As to the perennial debate about whether to onion, or not to onion, on those snags, Bunnings’ Thomas Moriarty said the crowd was firmly in the “pile ‘em on” category.