Three generations of women in the Harper family were celebrating Mother's Day at Tamar Ridge on Sunday.
Liz Harper, her daughter Lauren Harper, and her granddaughter Lucy Harper enjoyed the late autumn sunshine at the cellar door's Mother's Day event.
Liz also spent time with her two sons and grandchildren earlier in the day: "it's just nice to get together and do something," she said.
Mothers were feeling the love all across the Tamar Ridge lawn.
Esther Bryan, 8, said she loved her mum Sophie Bryan because "she's always kind".
She was there with her friend, Lily Smith, 9, who gave her mum, Amy Smith, handcream and a pen.
"My mum does nice things for me," she said.
"We were very lucky this morning," said Ms Bryan.
"We got lovely thoughtful gifts and a beautiful breakfast - eggs and bacon with avocado and relish."
Meanwhile, Ms Smith woke up to pancakes with nutella and strawberries, and a bunch of gifts.
"I was spoiled rotten," she said.
Mother's Day was also a chance to hang out for Esther and Sophie, who are in the same class - they proudly answered "East Launceston Primary School" in complete unison when asked which school they attended.