If you've never heard of an "Australele", you're probably not the only one.
The autoharp zither musical instrument was manufactured in the 1930s and is, these days, pretty unusual.
But music buffs will have the chance to see one at an exhibition put together by Cartwrights Hill woman Leola Hull as a fundraising event.
Mrs Hull is holding a music and musical instrument afternoon to raise funds for the tiny Cartwrights Hill branch of the Country Women's Association. She has been organising one annual major fundraising event for the branch, which has just seven members, for 20 years.
Having started planning the 2019 event pretty much straight after the 2018 fundraiser, Mrs Hull has been able to put together a display of musical instruments, old sheet music and hymn books, vinyl records, CDs and more.
In addition to the Australele, there is a bamboo saxophone, a mandolin, 19th century wooden Irish eight-key flute, a zither, Pan pipes and a 19th century glockenspiel, alongside more easily recognisable instruments.
A collection of Indigenous instruments from several nations, including Papua New Guinea, has also been loaned to Mrs Hull for the fundraiser.
Wagga man David Kennedy, who plays several instruments and composes music, will be the guest speaker and Mrs Hull is hoping there will also be some impromptu live performances.
Of course, it wouldn't be a CWA fundraising without afternoon tea.
The event is being held at Mrs Hull's home from 2pm on Saturday and the cost is $10 per head. For more information, call her on 6921 4831.