Humble farmers and townsfolk in Tambar Springs have been visited by their helpful neighbours from the south, and received an extra helping hand as well.
Folk from Wisemans Ferry made the five-and-a-half hour drive up to the small North West community on the October long weekend, where they dropped off thousands of dollars worth of items to support the locals.
There was a 3000L tank full of water, half a pallet of chicken feed, three pallets of dog food, protein licks, calving powder and more on the ten semi-trailers that went up.
Six of these trucks were also donated from the same company from the south-eastern community.
Wisemans Ferry resident Andrew Earl drove one of the trucks, and said the Tambar Springs community wasn't in need of much with the drought easing off, but with donated money just sitting in the bank, they wanted to use it to help them however they could.
"When it rains it fills up the tanks and the dams but it doesn't fill the bank accounts up which is why we did this," Mr Earl said.
"Rather than have people's donated moneys sitting in a bank account, we wanted to show people that this is where their money went."
Mr Earl said it was great to see the land "so green and see the harvest go ahead".
"It's beautiful out there, absolutely lovely," he said.
"Without the farmers ... Australia loses identity so we've got to keep them going and when we do these trips out here everyone's happy and life's good.
"In time of drought, if any other little townships did that, the place would be a lot happier, and it's not that hard to do."
He said they wouldn't forget about their rural neighbours, either.
"I hope to hell there's not another drought but we're here to help," he told ACM.
"We're not going to forget them."