Organisers of the 2019 Eurobodalla Health and Wellbeing Expo said planning for next year's event would start "on Monday" after a successful day at the Soldiers Club.
Brad Rossiter, chair of the Eurobodalla Health Services Representative Committee, said almost 300 people came through the event on Saturday, October 12.
"We engaged with the Eurobodalla Shire Council this year, and they held a jobs drive at the same time," he said. "It came together quite nicely, because a health and wellbeing expo draws a good spectrum of people."
Mr Rossiter said there were a number of showcases and demonstrations, with everything from Tai Chi to the new Batemans Bay Aquatic Centre featured.
"We had hearing tests, blood-pressure tests, acupuncture demonstrations, it was really a kaleidoscope of services that are available across our shire," he said.
"There was a belly dancing demonstration, a Tai Chi demonstration, we had people from IRT and TAFE that came to speak.
"Our official opening was performed by Member for Gilmore Fiona Phillips, and Rod Slockee did our Welcome to Country."
Mr Rossiter said the committee would begin the official planning period for next year's event on October 27.
"We'll work to having it bigger and better for next year," he said. "The representative committee next meets on October 27, and we're always looking for new members.
"Thank you to everyone who came out today: presenters, exhibitors, and all the people that came along. You helped us put on a great day for the shire."