A new set of banners have been unveiled for the Museums and Markets trails using funding from the Bushfire Community Resilience Economic Recovery fund.
The aim of the project was to have common waypoint signage for each of the Museums and Markets to develop a trail for tourists visiting the region.
The signage helps to better link each of the attractions and encourage multiple visitation across weekends and open days.
The Visitor Centre is looking to highlight new walking trails, historical information and recreational pursuits to help extend visitors' stays.
The Christmas season wouldn't be complete without some dazzling decorations in the annual Christmas lights competition run by the Oberon Business and Tourist Association
Oberon Motors winner was Sashi Dean of Shakespeare Close.
New entrants came from Edith with Brian and Lisa Saul, who were creative with their grader with Peter and Bryce Fitzpatrick both getting involved.
Michael Evans of Albion Street deserved an outstanding mention for building huge structures that kept residents entertained. Other notable winners were Sam Lord of Ross Street, Kieran Hunter of Carrington Avenue, Tracy and Kieran Lawless of Jenolan Street, Karal Hogan of Oberon Street and the CLC Centre.