Here are your photos from National Agriculture Day or #Ag Day as it was known.
From breakfasts to regional gatherings #AgDay was on the map in rural and regional centres throughout Australia.
And celebrations and gatherings in southern NSW didn’t disappoint.
Hay in the western Riverina was certainly one of the places to be for National Agriculture Day on Tuesday.
“Ag Day at Hay was a great success we had lots of visitors and locals enjoying the displays and discussing farm produce,” said event organiser Sandra Ireson.
To the east Ag Day was celebrated at a barbecue breakfast hosted by AgriFutures in Wagga within the CSU precinct.
It was a chance for people who work in the rural sector to gather, take some photos, post them to social media and share the occasion.
WORTH CELEBRATING: Annabel Lugsdin, Sally Ware Shan Hsiang Yun and Rebecca Kelson Paddock Fresh Eggs at Hay.
ALL SMILES: Rebecca Milliken of Delta Ag, Kirsty McKee and Emma Reynolds AgriFutures Australia celebrating National Agriculture Day.
AG DAY CELEBRATIONS: Riverina Ag Network members, Angus Wilson, Lily White, Matt Kelly and Ben Weber.
RURAL CATCH UP: AgriFutures Australia general manager research and innovation, Michael Beer with Member for Riverina Michael McCormack.
THUMBS UP: For National Agriculture Day from the team at Wollundry Rotary Club who were on hand to run the barbecue during the National Agriculture Day breakfast.
RIVERINA PRODUCE: Diana Gibbs and Rachel Whiting from RDA Riverina showcasing local Riverina produce on National Agriculture Day.
SUPPORT: Ben Weber, Will King, Debbie van der Rijt, Matt Kelly, Bec Milliken, Louise Heaslip and Angus Wilson.