The Gunnedah community has been celebrating Easter in many different ways.
For some it has been a time to travel and holiday, for others a time to get together with family and friends, for some a time to gather with fellow Christians in church, and for kids, a fun time to hunt for Easter eggs.
Gunnedah Salvation Army once again hosted the annual sunrise church service at Porcupine Lookout, with a handful of keen walkers braving the chill to climb the hill on Sunday.
Community members were swathed in jumpers, blankets and beanies as they sang songs to the sounds of the Salvos’ brass players, and heard a short message from Captain Richard Day about the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
The rising sun coupled with hot drinks and toasted hot cross buns soon warmed the small crowd on the hill.