Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow, Queen and Wallabies legends Justin Harrison and Rod Kafer were just some of the famous faces that took to the green for the 19th annual Celebrity Charity Golf Day, sponsored by ADAMA and NAB Agribusiness.
Hundreds took to the Moree Golf Course to raise funds for Variety, the Children's Charity through bash car no. 2400 in the lead up to the 2019 Variety Brydens Lawyers B to B Bash.
There were plenty of fantastic costumes on show, including a retro Australian cricket team, clowns and pink ladies.
Seven celebrities, including former Australian cricketers Mark Taylor, Peter Taylor and Ian Healy, AFL legends Darryl and Shane Wakelin, rugby league great Terry Lamb and Melbourne Cup winning jockey Jim Cassidy, were auctioned off to the teams to start the day.
Two mystery celebrities - former Wallabies Justin Harrison and Rod Kafer - were also available, as well as Moree golf pro David Wright.
Moree Secondary College and Moree Christian School also provided major assistance on the day, helping with catering and food preparation.
Event organiser and Variety bash participant Lee Estens wanted to reiterate that all bash participants pay for their own expenses, including fuel, accommodation and all meals.
Ms Estens said she considered cancelling the event amidst the tough times that people are experiencing, but was thrilled with the amount raised.
"This day does not happen without the incredible support from all the sponsors. It doesn't happen without many friends," she said.