The hard work of high school technology students is on full display at the Manning Regional Art Gallery.
The 28th edition of the Manning Great Lakes High School Technology Display is in full swing, with many students from the region showcasing their prized projects from the school year.
With items such as tables, clocks, drawers, dresses and toolboxes, there's something for everyone.
They vary in shapes and sizes and come from classes such as textiles, food technology, metal work, wood work and STEM.
The display is organised and run by local technology teachers who have encouraged students to use their imagination and creativity for their projects.
Schools to take part this year include Taree Christian College, St Clare's High School, Wingham High School and Gloucester High School.
If you visit the display, feel free to enter the people's choice competition.
Just write down the student's name and project and put it in the box on your way out.
Bunnings Warehouse Taree will supply the gift certificate to the winner.
Prizes will be awarded across many categories including junior mandatory technology through to senior subjects.
The display runs until Sunday, December 8.