With temperatures set to soar to as a high as 42 degrees early next week, it's the perfect weather for a fresh fruit smoothie.
It's impeccable timing, because the Boost Juice pop-up is headed to Gunnedah from Monday, November 30 until Sunday, December 6.
The Boost mobile will set up shop in the grounds of Gunnedah Health and Fitness Co on the corner of Barber Street and Tempest Street.
Pop-up co-owner Vicky Chatrath said he was looking forward to the week, as there had already been plenty of interest from residents.
"Everyone is keen and it seems like it will be busy," Mr Chatrath said.
"We always search around if there's a local juice shop before coming, and there's nothing like that so it'll be a good treat for the Gunnedah people."
He said they usually came to AgQuip, but since it was cancelled this year due to COVID-19, they still wanted to serve some fruity goodness at some point in the year.
Mr Chatrath said he would be hiring a couple of casual staff to help out for the week, and locals should keep an eye on the Boost Juice Pop-Up Facebook page for more information.
Depending on how busy it is, Mr Chatrath said the pop-up could stay longer than a week, too.
The pop-up has already visited Tamworth, Inverell, Moree, and Armidale recently.