Families braved the heat on Friday morning to test their skills and give pedal karts a go.
As part of the Activities in the Park program, children aged three to 12 took to an inflatable race track at Tatura’s Frank Howley Oval to play with others in a non-competitive environment.
Greater Shepparton City Council’s health and communities officer Carmen Nicholson was delighted with the turnout for all activities hosted during the summer holidays.
‘‘It’s a great program (Activities in the Park). We’ve had great attendance in the school holidays due to a good mixture of things to do,’’ she said.
‘‘We want to promote health and wellbeing in every small town, so we make sure the activities are spread out.
‘‘The whole idea is to get active and engage the community.’’