Dressed in period costume Louise Barron, president of the Bredbo Progress Association examined the photos of the village's pioneers.
Bredbo Rural Fire Service volunteers David Keevers and Scott Clark found a quiet spot to have a chat.
People who helped build the mosaic on the giant poplar included Jenny Lawlis. Ashleigh and Lachlan Bowerman with Louise Barron, president of the Bredbo Progress Association.
Sculptor Louise Bowerman with mosaic makers Ken Bowerman, Dorothy Povey and Alanna Gregory at the base of the giant poplar.
Bredbo's school children were interested to look at photos and memorabilia from their school archives.
The commemorative plaque proudly displayed in the community hall.
It started on Saturday night with a barbecue and bush dance and continued throughout Sunday with plenty of activities and community celebrations. It's a real community achievement and Bredbo has plenty of community spirit, backed up by a solid pioneering history, that it carries through to the present day and into the future. It's the 'Village of Poplars' and as part of the celebrations a new landmark has been created, a giant poplar, which is an eye-catching new image for the district.