Nimmitabel's Steampunk @ Altitude Festival was held over the weekend on May 1 and 2.
Many hundreds of people including locals and others from as far as Newcastle celebrated the quirky event dressed head to toe in their Victorian futuristic costumes.
There was a market hall where attendees could add to their costumes or decorate their own paper top hat.
Bega Valley Shire Town Crier Alan Moyse made keeping up with the program easier, with his loud boisterous voice echoing through the main street.
The costume parade was a real highlight and although the winners were clear stand-outs, all entries were very creative and imaginative, especially the children from Nimmitabel who decorated and designed their own costumes for the event.