The Esperance Community One and All program has wrapped up today, October 11, with the week of school holiday fun continuing to get bigger and better.
The free program was held by Escare, Shire of Esperance and Esperance Community Arts from October 7 to 11.
The week started out with a games day. On Tuesday, rangers from Esperance Tjaltjraak Native Title Aboriginal Corporation taught participants about native plants and Nyungar culture.
The next day saw participants create paintings inspired by sustainability and native wildlife.
This was followed by activities run the Esperance-Goldfields Surf Life Saving Club, with a turnout of about 50.
'Ninja's' at the Bay of Isles Leisure Centre finished the week. This activity saw the highest turnout with more than 60 participants.
Escare youth worker Kim Morey said the event was getting bigger each school holidays.
Ms Morey said the series of activities had lots of benefits for local children including learning about Indigenous culture, physical activity and positive social interaction.
"It's open to anyone with any ability to come in and join," she said.