A huge crowd of pink made the sunny morning even brighter.
The Mother's Day Classic was the perfect morning activity for families, friends and companions to walk/run and raise awareness for breast cancer research on Sunday, May 12.
The event saw around 200 participants complete a 4km walk or 6km run from Corrigans Cove, Batemans Bay.
Greig McFarlane of major sponsor Elders Batemans Bay was emcee on the day.
Priceline Batemans Bay's team of pink tutus, glitter glam and two bearded men won the prize for best dressed on the day.
Before participants made their way to the start line, the event's community ambassador and Bay Post/Moruya Examiner editor Kerrie O'Connor was welcomed to the mic to make an address.
With less than one week to the federal election, Ms O'Connor urged the community to share personal stories with candidates and push for better health support.
"It is not about us backing a party, it is about us backing our community," she said.
She wants to see government support multiple areas of health including; research, radiotherapy and a level four regional hospital.
For highlights of the day, watch the video below.