A man has been charged after a loaded pistol, more than $180,000 in cash and drugs were allegedly discovered in his car on Anzac Day.
Police said the man was acting suspiciously while driving on State Highway 17 at Dairy Flat at 3.40am yesterday.
Police stopped the car near Pine Valley Road and the 39-year-old driver was arrested.
Police searched the car and said $170,000 in cash, ammunition and a loaded 9mm pistol was found in a bag in the boot of the vehicle.
In another bag police said they found methamphetamine, almost $12,000 in cash and a Taser stun gun disguised as a cell phone.
Pre-cursor chemicals used in the manufacture of methamphetamine were also allegedly found in the vehicle.
Police said they discovered more drugs in the alleged offender's home.
The accused man will appear in the North Shore District Court charged with possession for supply of methamphetamine, possession of a pistol, possession of a restricted weapon and failing to stop for police on demand.