People from all walks of life across the Riverina will come together tomorrow to celebrate equality, inclusion and diversity.
The Embrace The Rock 2: Inclusion event is returning for a second year to provide a safe space for people to enjoy a day of mingling, activities and entertainment.
Pat Flynn, Coordinator of the Embrace Mental Health group, said the meet-up was aimed at bringing a sense of unity to the community.
"We want to promote inclusion, respect, tolerance and understanding," he said.
"It's about more than mental health though, we want to tackle racism, alcoholism, homophobia, sexism, all these issues affecting our community."
Held at The Rock Nature Reserve, attendees will be able to participate in everything from yoga and meditation to drawing, writing, sports and even board games.
However, Mr Flynn said out of respect to Wiradjuri Elders of past, present, and emerging, there will be no official climb of The Rock taking place.
"I acknowledge it is a sacred space for Wiradjuri people," he said.
"If people choose to do it, that's up to them but it won't be a part of our event - there's more to this than just climbing The Rock.
"It also allows those with both physical or mental limitations who may not be able to tackle a climb to feel included still."
Mr Flynn said they were expecting about 100 people to attend this year.
"Hopefully we get that number, if not we will be very grateful for everyone who turns up," he said.
For those in Wagga unable to drive or get the The Rock for the event tomorrow, there will be a car pool pick-up from Gloria Jeans at 8am.