The Doing It For Our Farmers group has a new lease of life - and premises - after a move to Wallamore Road at the weekend.
Volunteers shifted the drought pantry's goods from its previous spot on Kingsford Smith Street, where it has been since late last year.
Group founder Sue-Ellen Wilkin said the next few days would be spent "putting it all back together".
"It's not officially open, but we'll still be able to help farmers ... just not in the comfort that we would like."
A few people even travelled from the Central Coast and Newcastle to assist.
North West Direct Sales, which had provided the last premises, eased the job by donating the use of a forklift and a truck. The eight movers celebrated with a treat of nachos at the end of the day.
"I couldn't believe how well it went. There were no real challenges, we just did it," Mrs Wilkin said.
"That's what this team is like: we just all work together and do what we have to do. It's very refreshing."
They hope to soon install a fridge for goods such as dairy - and, with the help of generous bakers, some cakes and slices.
That's what this team is like: we just all work together and do what we have to do. It's very refreshing.Sue-Ellen Wilkin