Some like to say it with chocolates, others prefer a romantic candle-lit dinner. But at Fairfax Regional Media, we'd rather wish you a happy Valentine's Day with a collection of galleries, videos and trivia questions, pulled together with love and affection (and just a little help from Cupid).
Have you forgotten to grab your someone special something special? Check out our last-minute gift guide galleries for some inspiration. Consider yourself a Valentine's Day buff? Try our challenging quiz. Or looking for some romantic inspiration? Watch our top 10 romantic movie moments. Enjoy!
Love in regional Australia
Port Macquarie: Spark still strong after 62 years
Newcastle: Love, money on Valentine’s Day
Maitland: Roses please, of any colour
Goulburn Post: Valentine's Day: A few tips from the heart
Wollongong: The secret to making your love last
Tamworth:Love is in the air for a match made in devil heaven
Bathurst: An enduring Valentine's Day union
Orange: Business blooms on Valentine’s Day
Wagga: Love is in the air, jewellery is on the wish list
Warrnambool: Romantics gets the registers ringing
Bendigo: Sweet smell of love for Valentines Day
Ballarat: Valentine's Day proposal: couple gear up for Saturday wedding
Mt Isa: Ally sharing the Valentine’s love
Launceston: Friendly feline a purr-fect Valentine
NEWCASTLE: Shantel Walters and Brad Neville get married today. Photo: SIMONE DE PEAK
PORT MACQUARIE: Couple Richard and Barbara Muszynski have been married for 62 years.
WARRNAMBOOL: Owner of Wendy Rankins Flowers in Warrnambool, Lisa Kelson, is stocking up on bunches of red roses for Valentine’s Day today.
BENDIGO: A very busy Carol Tuohey at The Petal Factory. Photo: PETER WEAVING
WOLLONGONG: Stephen Kuhn and Elizabeth Espinosa with their children Isabel, 8, and Juan, 6. The couple say communication is the key to a successful marriage. Photo: ROBERT PEET
BALLARAT: Jason Vowles and Lisa Frawley will be married tomorrow after Jason proposed on Valentine's Day last year.
WAGGA: Michael Andrea, of Nugent and Andrea Jewellers, has already seen an influx of customers looking for Valentine’s Day jewellery and is almost cleaned out of heart-shaped items. Photo: LES SMITH
MOUNT ISA: Flowers By Ally florist Ally Harris and staff Larissa Backo and Vanessa Baxman show off bunches of their quickly dwindling supply of red roses. Photo: HAILEY RENAULT
LAUNCESTON: An 18-month-old cat for sale at the RSPCA, who are encouraging couples to consider adopting a feline friend this Valentine's.
ORANGE: Classic Country Rose owner Sheryl Lewis says this Valentine’s Day will be one of her busiest. Photo: JUDE KEOGH
TAMWORTH: Princess Mary meets her handsome prince. It's hoped the pair will hit it off this Valentine's. Photo: MANDY KENNEDY
MAITLAND: Gwyneth Harbrow from The Rose Farm at Lorn.