There were no tired complaints of 'nothing to do' at Dave Taylor Park on Friday.
Griffith community services combined to put on another day of boredom busting school holiday activities with face painting, water fights, painting and sports all on offer for Pioneer children and young people.
"This activity day is the culmination of a range of activities over the school holidays to get the community engaged and give the children some activities to do," Kirrilly Salvestro from Linking Communities Network said.
Nearing the end of a long summer break, back to school jitters combined with boredom can make for an unpleasant combination for children this time of year. Linking Communities Network Ltd, Griffith Community Centre, Centacare, Intereach, Headspace, PCYC and Griffith City Council all combined to get children out of the house and passing the day with some fun.
"All services recognise the difficulties and boredom faced by families during the school holidays and these activities provide some respite from the boredom, raise morale and provide a sense of community," Ms Salvestro said.
Senior member of Pioneer community youth group Bella Ratu said you could tell from everyone's faces they were having fun.
"We're playing some basketball, having a run around, doing face painting, making our own t-shirts, making our own bags." she said.
"And we're playing with water guns because it's really hot today!"
Five year old Tevita Moli said he'd been enjoying the drawing activities but water guns were a clear highlight to the day.
"I've been drawing but the most fun thing is playing with water guns. I usually come here on my bike but it's at auntie's house," he said.
Funding for the day was provided by the Department of Communities and Justice.