Representatives of local services and members of the community were treated to cooler weather, clear skies and even a festive mood, at this year's community expo.
Stalls were set up among the Christmas decorations in Memorial Park, as the services got together to show the community exactly what they offer.
The expo featured stalls from a range of disability services, support groups, local organisations and various other groups from around town.
Peta Dummett is the Coordinator of the Griffith Community Centre, and organised the event.
She said the expo aims to make the broader community aware of what services are available, but also to connect Griffith's services and create a community among the various groups.
"All the agencies get to meet each other," she said. "They get to share their business cards and what they do, and off that they're able to help their clients advance to another level, or go to another service they may need."
For people walking through, the expo was an opportunity to ask questions and get to know the faces behind the services."
Ms Dummett said many people don't know which specific service they need, and the expo offers these people a chance to figure out exactly which group is best for them, she said.
The community expo is usually held inside the Griffith Central Shopping Centre, but it was brought to the park this year as a result of COVID-19.
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