It's that time of the year when the headers are rolling and farmers are flat stick.
Terms like 'harvest widow' are bandied around, as partners head out into the paddocks and don't come back until the wee hours.
For most of NSW, it's finally been a good year.
So good the state is set to produce more than 80 per cent of the whole country's wheat crop this year - that's five times the amount harvested last year.
And after years of drought, is about time farmers caught a break and got the crops off paddocks and into market.
And it's not just NSW that's having a good year either, parts of Queensland are enjoying the best winter harvest in 40 years, after not being able to plant a winter crop in three years.
There's a lot of fun going on out in the paddocks too, like these guys who got Macca's delivered by helicopter.
But, by far, my favourite part about harvest are the photos.
This year we even got some amazing ones of vintage equipment hard at work - you can read all about one young chap who's doing up old machines here.
Happy harvest everybody.
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