Two elderly women have managed to keep their businesses running under lockdown, all while celebrating their 80th and 90th birthdays this year.
One of them is Monte Cristo Homestead owner Olive Ryan, who runs the "most haunted house in Australia" even at the cusp of 90 years old.
Despite her age and the fact she lives in a haunted house, Mrs Ryan says she still feels as healthy and cheerful as ever.
"If you can't laugh you might as well be dead," Mrs Ryan said.
She attributes her good health to her strong work ethic, which she has possessed ever since entering the workforce at the age of 15.
During one of her rare holidays she paid a visit to Wagga but "ended up staying" alongside her husband in the year 1953.
The two of them would later go on to buy the Monte Cristo house and turn it into one of Junee's most famous tourist attractions.
"My husband passed away about six years ago from cancer, but he's still hanging around telling me what to do," Mrs Ryan said.
"It's in one ear and out the other."
Another major milestone was celebrated by Nabiha's Kitchen owner Nabiha Koriaty, who turned 80 this month.
"I'm 80 on the outside, but I'm 22 inside - God renews the inside," Mrs Koriaty said.
"I was wondering what you feel when you're 80, what old people feel. I don't feel tired, I don't feel sad."
Mrs Koriaty says she still feels full of energy, which allows her to continue working 14-hour days - cooking in the kitchen, running the restaurant, and growing vegetables in her garden.
On top of her gruelling schedule she devotes much of her time to volunteer around town and share words of wisdom to people who come to her shop for life advice.
Mrs Koriaty believes these good deeds are what give her the energy keep going, even as she reaches her 80s.
"God wants me to use the shop for good things, to help others. If someone has problems they come to me," Mrs Koriaty said.
"I have a purpose."