THE Nundle girlie calendar where business blokes around town donned dresses to do their everyday work and get snapped in the process has been such a sellout success, it's gone to a reprint.
The publishers of the Frock Up for Nundle 2013 calendar ordered another run of 300 copies of the calendar that features 16 local blokes wearing women's wear, when it sold out within five days of hitting the shelves.
A spokeswoman for the Nundle business and tourism group which organised the print run said the newest batch of blokey-birds in photo files arrived last Friday in time to welcome in the new year.
They've gone on sale and are available at Nundle businesses and online (www.nundle.com.au)
"The original print run of 300 sold out in five days, including online sales to Switzerland and five states as well as many Sydney suburbs," committee spokeswoman Megan Trousdale said.
"And Nundle sons and daughters scattered across the country have received them in their Christmas stockings and bought them for family and friends."
The concept came from locals and the proceeds are going to the local public school and to help promote other Nundle tourism and business development strategies.