Junior school pupils from Sapphire Coast Anglican College (SCAC) promoted their upcoming Country Fair with some lunchtime bush dancing in Bega's Littleton Gardens on Friday.
Pupils from Year 1 and 2 performed three numbers for a crowd which included lots of proud parents and grandparents.
The performance had a traditional Australian bush dance, the hokey pokey and the chicken dance.
After a short break for some lunch, the pupils did the whole thing again in Sapphire Marketplace.
It certainly had many who were enjoying their lunch at Woods' Bakery tapping their toes in time to the music!
SCAC will be holding a Country Fair on Saturday (August 16) to celebrate the school's 20th anniversary (read details here).
Fair organiser Kirsty Umbers said the children had been "working very hard" on learning the bush dance steps and had been looking forward to performing.
"They are also performing at the fair, so they've been practicing all the dances," she said.
The Sapphire Coast Anglican College Country Fair will be held at the school on Max Slater Drive, Bega, from 10am to 2pm.