On Sunday March 19th, kids, families and the community had the opportunity to discover over 20 different trucks and machinery, thanks to local community organisations such as the Light Regional Council, local emergency services and The F.A.R.M. All community organisations that attended donated their time, resources and machinery for this action-packed event, which proved to be a huge success.
Alongside the kids entertainment which included activities such as jumping castles, face painting, petting zoo, and a delicious sausage sizzle, the ‘sensory friendly zone’ was a hit for those with special needs. It allowed those with sensory needs, a place to experience a fun and friendly atmosphere in a quiet place, with no honking of horns or loud music.
Did you make it to the Touch-a-Truck day at The F.A.R.M. Centre?
If so, we would love to hear your feedback! Tell us how we can make our community a more fun, friendly and inclusive space for young people, families and carers.
Image description: Green and yellow tractor with “Oversize” sign at front and people walking around.
Image description: Large, red semi-trailer with people walking around it.
Image description: Six people standing around BBQ smiling at camera cooking sausage sizzle. Four people from Freeling Bowls Club.
Image description: Nine people from Feros Care smiling to camera in front of Feros Care and NDIS banner.