Hundreds of children and their parents have capped off the school holidays with a family funday in Kangaroo Flat.
The free event at the Kangaroo Flat Primary School included a jumping castle, story corner and face painting for children of all ages to enjoy.
There was also the traditional sausage sizzle run by the Rotary Club of Kangaroo Flat.
"It's great because it involves the community and, for us, it lets people know what Rotary's all about," club president Kaylyn Journeaux said.
"We give to the community - we're a non-for-profit community organisation - and everything we raise is given straight back to the community.
"We're all doing this for nothing today and the money we raise stays here at the school."
The animal farm was also a big attraction for the children, with an alpaca, sheep, goats, ducks and even a rat on show.
"Everybody has been super excited about all the animals," Animals2U owner Susan Pintos said. "They're having a ball and we've been busy the whole time.
"It's been great because 95 per cent of the animals we have on show are rescues, so we do a lot of work helping lambs who lose their mums and unwanted rabbits and all sorts of animals that we can take in and help.
"So it's a great way for the animals to get exposure and for our cause to get exposure too."
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