Kemblawarra Public School went all out to celebrate its 60th anniversary on Wednesday.
The market day celebrations also doubled as a fundraiser for Year 6 students' farewell.
Visitors and students alike had a ball listening to music and enjoying the variety of show rides and stalls.
But without doubt the animal farm was the highlight, with many students taking the opportunity to play with the cute rabbits, goats and chickens.
The haunted house also proved popular with young and old alike.
Kemblawarra PS principal Rebeka Schroder said it was important to do something big to celebrate the occasion.
"I honestly believe we have the best staff and best teachers here," she said.
"The students have a ball here and we have great programs and we are growing."
Miss Schroder said the school took pride in its multicultural mix of students.
"About 35 per cent of our enrollment is Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. We also have lots of Asian and Macedonian kids," she said.
"We have about 150 students all up.
"A lot of people might not know that we are actually a preschool to Year school.
"In that sense we are one of the cheapest school readiness programs. We offer our preschool at $12 a day or $3 on a healthcare card for our whole school community."