THEY certainly know how to party in Nanango.
Action, fun, music, competition and classic cars and caravans made the inaugural Waterhole Rocks a success.
And the storm that swept through in the evening settled the dust, washed the cars and cooled the temperature for dancers, who packed the dance floor.
Waterhole Rocks co-ordinator Terry Mackrell said the event was the first of many.
"We made that decision (on Friday night)," he said.
"It will be on again."
Mr Mackrell said the Nanango Show Society had a fantastic committee.
"Everybody knows what to do and everyone works well together," he said.
The program for the weekend combined three events into one - rock 'n' roll music and dancing, custom cars and hot rods, and competitions.
Rock 'n' roll dance lessons took place during the day, with dozens of couples carving up the dance floor on Saturday night.
Stunning classic cars and hot rods featured around the grounds.
Proud owners and locals shared tales of purchases and restorations.
Lani Greenslade, 21, called on her family for help restoring her 1954 Chev Pickup.
And Les Long said he used the money his wife Gyl had saved for a new bathroom to restore his gold 1936 Chev.
The original four-door car was converted to two.
Les said he registered the car 37 TUB in memory of the bathtub it could otherwise have been.
For more photos from the inaugural Waterhole Rocks, turn to page 10 or for the full gallery visit southburnett times.com.au.