It's been a much-loved tradition and this year was no different as students lined up in front of loved ones to show off their colourful and wacky Easter hats.
Children from Kooringal Public School paraded their designs while happily waving to their families.
Indy Hadfield, 7, decided to decorate her pink hat with ears and chocolates, while her classmate Noah Thommers, 6, decided to make a hat in the likeness of Darth Vader from Star Wars.
Meanwhile, Sophie Todd, 7, loved her hat from last year so much she decided to wear it again and she wasn't the only one.
Hamish Towse, 7, said he really enjoyed wearing a blue hat with little bunnies and chickens on it at the kindergarten parade, he brought it back out again.
Dimity Balding, a classroom teacher, said for the past week the children have been learning all about Easter.
"They have been reading stories, whether it's been more traditional ones or modern ones," she said.
"They have been doing craft, so all around the school are drawings of bunnies and eggs. All the students made their hats at home in preparation for today."
Ms Balding said the tradition has been running for more than 30 years and it was a lovely way to finish the term.
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