A group of superheroes joined forces yesterday at Kintore St School to support those living with muscular dystrophy.
The school’s annual event saw students transform into Batman and Robyn, Wonder Woman, Captain Strong and of course Superman.
Every day heroes – Katherine firefighters and St John Ambulance paramedics – turned up too.
The students had fun exploring the fire truck and playing in the blasts of water from the fire hose.
Kintore St School’s Superhero Day is held each year during National Superhero Week for Muscular Dystrophy.
Across Australia thousands of people dress up as their favourite superhero to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy Australia’s programs, services and research.
Take a look at the photos of the fantastic superheroes at today’s event.