Spirit of Punjab's owner Gary Singh is doing his small bit to lend a hand to Australian farmers.
Mr Singh has pledge all his food takings from the restaurant on February 16 to the Country Women's Association, who have an established infrastructure to directly assist farmers in need.
Mr Singh migrated to Australia from India in 2005 and opened the Halls Gap restaurant in 2011.
Growing up in the state of Punjab, India, his family were from traditional farming background, struggling to make a living from a very small amount of land.
Mr Singh said people often looked at farmers and said why do they need help when they have such big farms and have expensive cars.
"When we moved to the country we witnessed the struggle farmers had in regional Australia, just like the struggles farmers have back in India," he said.
"Lots of people can't understand why farmers are struggling, from the outside they look like they are doing fine.
"I think people who don't belong to farming families can't understand the struggles farmers face."
Mr Singh said he admired farmers for their patience with the land.
"Seeds are sowed and they wait sometimes more than six months to grow the crop," he said.
"If someone has that much patience and then they cry for help we need to give it to them and take it very seriously.
"Farmers aren't afraid of hard times in their lives. But if the really hard times happen we need to understand the impact it could have.
"It's their life. You can't just tell someone to sell your things and leave your life, it just can't be done."