Every year, the Biggest Morning Tea is a special event for Curlewis' Annette Eveleigh who serves up sweet and savoury goods in memory of her mother.
For five years, Mrs Eveleigh has opened her heart and home to locals in aid of the Cancer Council in honour of her mum, Daphne Humby, who passed away from cancer in 2013.
"I used to help Mum do it with the CWA for around 10-12 years," Mrs Eveleigh said.
"I like to carry on her tradition. She did it in memory of my brother and her son-in-law, as well, and I felt the need to."
Mrs Eveleigh serves up the crowd favourites of lamingtons and sandwiches in her back garden, and raises close to $500 every year.
"Mum worked tirelessly for years trying to help combat this horrible disease, so I want to continue on with her wishes and to keep on raising money," she said.
All are welcome to attend Mrs Eveleigh's Biggest Morning Tea at 10am on Thursday, May 23 in her back garden at 26 Pullaming Street, Curlewis.
Winanga-Li Aboriginal Child and Family Centre will also be holding a Biggest Morning Tea from 10am-12pm on Wednesday, May 22.