Spending the day in your pyjamas is a weekend-only occurrence for most people.
As National Pyjama Day approached, the students and staff at Koala Childcare, they have spent all week feeling comfortable.
Centre Director Gill Marsden said they didn't want any students to miss out on the experience.
"Not every child comes on a Friday," Ms Marsden said.
"Rather then have some children miss out on the opportunity, we decided to open this up for the week."
National Pyjama Day is run by The Pyjama Foundation, to support it's service of matching volunteer community mentors with children in foster care.
Gill Marsden said it was important to engage with the community.
"We like to get involved in these events," she said
"This is a simple way to raise money that is fun for the children."
Kindergarten teacher Melissa Rowan said the centre had used the experience as a way to help build communication and social skills.
"We have had discussions about what the children have been wearing," Ms Rowan said.
"We have also included facepainting which the children have loved."
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