Country Auctions are excited to be putting things back under the hammer again after COVID-19 lockdowns.
Their first auction will be held on Sunday, and owner Angus Newcombe said it was "so good" to be back.
"It's so good to be back to reality again. I think it's good for more the general public, I've heard many are happy we are back as well," Mr Newcombe said.
He said people had been more interested in buying than selling recently, with many people at home with time to renovate and get jobs around the house done.
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"People who couldn't work, they were in here buying fencing material."
While adding extra safety precautions and preparing to have an eagle-eye on social distancing, he is hoping and expecting there will be a decent turn out on the weekend.