Well over $10,000 was raised for drought-affected families thanks to an auction.
The National Australia Bank's equipment from its old premises was sold off on Tuesday to accumulate the charitable sum.
"It's a fantastic outcome for everyone," NAB regional manager Warrick Grieve said.
"There was a lot of bidders - both in person and online. A lot of people were here because they knew it was 100 per cent going to charity."
Not all the items were sold but Mr Grieve found a home for them.
"I contacted Challenge to see if they wanted the surplus [items] and they said they'd love to take it," he said.
The money raised will go to the Country Women's Association (CWA) who will then distribute the funds to families in need.
Acting group president Margaret Schofield said it was an honour to help out.
"We're privileged they've decided to give it to us and that they trust us enough to [distribute the money]," she said.
"The state body of the CWA has distributed $16 million in drought funds, we've distributed quite a lot here and we're happy to try and help people.
'There's still people out there who are hurting very badly."
Margaret also said for anyone who is feeling the pinch of the drought to get in touch with the CWA.
"If there's anyone out there that knows anyone who's really hurting on the land, if they get their name to a CWA branch we'd be happy to help out," she said.