More than $15,000 has been raised to help with Durakai Smith's road to recovery.
About 100 people were at the Commercial Hotel on Sunday for the 'Stay Strong Darkeye Family' fundraiser auction which raised money for the Smith family.
Six-year-old Durakai is currently fighting an uphill battle learning to walk again after sustaining a brain injury and several broken bones following an incident which almost cost him his life in August.
Durakai remains at Westmead Children's Hospital in Sydney, accompanied by his parents Brinae and Glen Smith.
A family friend, Brodie Chapman was one of the driving forces behind the fundraising initiative to help fund Durakai's treatment.
He said it was important to support the family of five, who had to put their business on hold while staying in Sydney.
"The support has been unreal." he said.
"It's good to see a lot of people get behind the cause, he's only a young kid and we'd like to see him pull through it the best he can and help the family out."
Over 44 items including NRL jersey's, air conditioners, firewood along with a number of beauty, retail and hospitality vouchers were donated by local businesses and auctioned off on Sunday by auctioneer Don Hayden.
Guests were entertained by the Talbragar Wiradjuri dance group and live music by Duncan Ferguson.
Event organisers Lexie Coan and Jo Sutherlandsaid they also put the auction online so friends and family who couldn't attend due to COVID-19 could participate.
"It was amazing. I'm surprised so many people have got behind [Durakai]," Ms Coan said.
Mr Chapman and Ms Coan thanked all the businesses that supported the fundraiser, and said Mr and Mrs Smith thanked everyone involved.