Easter bonnet fun at Gayndah State
EASTER bonnets made for a colourful spectacle at Gayndah State School’s final parade before the holidays.
Popular choices for those in the hat parade were Easter bunnies, colourful eggs, baby chickens and the occasional carrot styled from pom poms, papier mache, cardboard and fabric.
The most unusual was an Easter bunny-inspired headwear created and worn by Lauren Trott and Abbey Wilkinson.
Students from each class modelled their bonnets with a stylish walk or a bunny hop, before performing a song for their schoolmates and parents.
The final component of the celebration was the distribution of chocolate Easter eggs.
HEADS UP: Gayndah State School students get into the groove during the Easter bonnet parade.
Gayndah State School students perform during the Easter bonnet parade.
Chelsea Huth wears her hand-made creation at the Easter bonnet parade.
From left, Sara Mealand, Mykesia Cooper and Lateisha Pettitt enjoy the parade.
Maddy Brady is all style with her egg-cellent purple Easter bonnet.
Ethan and Lily Templeman opted for chickens and eggs creations for their headwear.
Students strut their stuff at Gayndah State School's Easter bonnet parade.
Patrick Hart and his colourful hat.