"Absolutely perfect" weather conditions saw a healthy crowd turn out to the 2019 Step Back Into King Street Heritage Festival in Raymond Terrace on Saturday.
Organiser Kaye Newton said the fifth-annual festival was a "big success" that saw a "good turnout" despite the federal election being on the same day.
"It was great to see so many adults having a go at the many vintage games on offer and to witness young and old just enjoying the day," she said.
Ms Newton added that the antique evaluations, a new addition to the festival this year, was a hit.
"The antique valuers enjoyed it," she said. "They had around 25 pieces to look at. There were no surprise values but some things they found a pleasure to view."
The festival is supported by the Port Stephens Council Cultural Grants Fund.
The 2019 event was also supported by MarketPlace Raymond Terrace and Raymond Terrace Bowling Club.