Norwood Primary School's annual School Fair once again brought out the best in the community on the weekend.
About 1000 people attended the fair, according to school association and fair organising chairman Ben Cunningham.
The fair annually raises money for the school - Mr Cunningham said while the final tally from this year's fair hadn't been counted, the estimated amount raised was about $14,000.
"We had a really good turnout ... which is good for a relatively small school," Mr Cunningham said.
Last year's funds went towards upgrading the prep and kinder playgrounds. Fundraising from the year before that it went to the school's IT department and computers.
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Mr Cunningham said the committee hadn't decided where the funds will go yet, but it's possible they will go towards more upgrades to the playground.
New additions to this year's fair included gee wizzer and tea cup rides, as well as BMX and other sporting activities.
Even a friendly Dalek and TARDIS from Doctor Who attended the fair.
"We also tried our hardest to showcases community groups that children can be involved in," Mr Cunningham said.
"There's so many things that children can be doing outside of school."