It was hard to miss the burst of yellow at the Church Street rotunda on Friday.
The Cancer Council stall was set up to mark Daffodil Day. It's part of a month long appeal that is hoping to raise $4 million across Australia for cancer research.
Cancer Council Western NSW said had been a phenomenal day.
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"The sea of yellow flowing throughout our towns was just amazing," the organisation said.
"Thank you to everyone who donated and supported Cancer Council's signature day of the year. Thank you so much to each and every volunteer and school student that helped bring today together and be such a success - you are all wonderful."
This year the Cancer Council is hoping to raise $4 million from the Daffodil Day appeal towards cancer research.