Celebrity chef Mark Olive has paid a visit to one of western NSW's smallest communities.
ABOVE: Back, Mila Doolan, Gail Naden, Maude Smith, Mark Olive, Middle, Caleb and Linda Doolan, Tommy Leonard and Janet Nicholls, front, Jai Dooland and Esther Knowles.
Over 100 visitors and locals gathered at the Pilliga Bowling Club last Thursday for a Cultural community day organised by the Gunidah Gunyah Aboriginal Corporation based in Gunnedah.
Visitors travelled from Burren Junction, Narrabri, Gunnedah, Taree and Dubbo to attend the day, which featured celebrity indigenous chef Mark Olive.
Nationally recognised indigenous dance droup Koomurri performed traditional dance and painting demonstrations.
Koomurri Dancer, Jahmarley Dawson, 19, was excited to visit Pilliga for the first time.