The Australian Bowls Championships have been decided on the Merimbula greens last week.
The national champions across, singles, pairs, mixed pairs, triples and fours were all decided with five days of competition all held under the dome at Club Sapphire.
Queensland showed dominance from the outset, winning three of four titles on offer over the first two days of competition.
The triples opened the account last Monday and while NSW were able to win the men's crown, the Queensland trio of Kira Bourke, Claire Turley, Chloe Stewart from Tweed Heads claimed a three-shot victory.
Tuesday was the pairs and Queensland cleared house, winning both the men's and women's final.
Victoria Point's Jade Groenewege and Sean Baker romped to their second-straight Men's Pairs title at the event, while Broadbeach pairing Katelyn Inch and Julie Keegan navigated their way through a star-studded Women's field for the title.
In the fours arena on Wednesday, the Tasmanian men's combination put a big win on the board for Australia's south end - defeating the Northern Territory by seven shots.
Merimbula bowls coordinator Michael Wilks said it was a great week and the NT appearance in the final was a highlight.
"They were the good story for the week," Mr Wilks said. "They were the first team to arrive, joined in social play and then to battle through for a silver finish was exceptional."
In the women's fours, the NSW ladies clinched the title from the Victorians 12-10.
Officials said just 12 shots decided the difference in four finals, showcasing the talent and close competition on the greens.
The Singles on Thursday belonged to NSW and Queensland once more with Matthew Baus and Queenslands Chloe Stewart securing the coveted Australian Championship Singles titles. .
Cabramatta's Erin Swatridge and Aaron Wilson collected the Mixed Pairs title to round out the 2019 Australian Championships, prevailing against Queensland.
This was the final run of a three-year hosting deal for the Merimbula Club with the Australian Championships in Broadbeach in 2020.
Mr Wilks said the Australian Championships would now be condensed with other events and were unlikely to return to the area, but the success of the past three years has seen the coast recognised for its potential to host major and even international events.
He also praised the volunteers who made the championships possible.
From setting up special rinkside seating to scoring throughout the event, Mr Wilks said there was a throng of volunteers working tirelessly behind the scenes.
"We're so fortunate to have enthusiastic and energetic people with love of the club and community, that's the highlight for me."