Flowers and spirits were in full bloom at Woolmers Estate on Sunday as the historic site hosted the annual Festival of Roses.
The bright and brilliant day attracted thousands of flower-lovers to the popular venue.
This year was the festival's 10-year anniversary.
Festival co-ordinator Carney Cox said the festival was the estate's major fundraiser every year.
"We had 6000 people attend last year's festival," Ms Cox said.
"It's the good food and good music that get people here.
"We've had even better music this year with Expresso Bongo who were a fantastic band and at the rotunda were the fantastic duo of John and Jeff."
The day hosted a number of fine food and wine stalls as well as plenty of children's activities.
"It's important you have things for children to do," Ms Cox said.
"This year we've also had a book launch organised by Petrarch's Book Shop of a local book: Designers at Home."
The delightful day was a special one for Marion Smith, who celebrated her 90th birthday at the festival.
She celebrated the day with her husband Brian as well as her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Mrs Smith's granddaughter Rae Smith said "we've got four generations coming together here today to celebrate her [Marion's] 90th birthday ... I've got my kids here who are very lucky to know their great grandparents."
"Nana loves gardening and loves roses so we thought today would be a good day out," she said.
Mrs Smith, who first visited Woolmers Estate about 47 years ago, said she it was wonderful to be celebrating her birthday at the estate.
"Later on I'm going to dance on the table," Mrs Smith joked. Ms Cox said it was the estate itself and the community collaboration around it that made the festival a perennial success.
"Woolmers is a charming, old house ... there's beautiful grounds with room for so many different things," Ms Cox said.
"And now that we've got the new centre as well with the gallery and the restaurant ... it just works.
"We try and include all the community groups in here like Rotary and we've got Rural Youth doing the parking ... it's good."
Despite numerous flower shows being held on the same weekend in Northern Tasmania, Ms Cox said it didn't effect attendance.
"I think people just end doing trips around all the flower shows," Ms Cox said. "We just make sure we're on a different day to Entally House's Gardenfest."