Members of the Tooram Scout Group and their families have come together to do their bit for bushfire recovery efforts.
On Thursday at their hall on the Hopkins River, the group pulled out their sewing machines and began making pouches for wildlife injured in the fires that have raged across the country.
During the day, 420 pouches were made.
Scout Alexander McKay brought along his mother Laura and grandmother Judith.
Laura McKay said it had been an extraordinary day to be involved in.
"We invited members of the public to come and join us and the response was incredible," Ms McKay said.
"People are just wanting to help out and it was great to see everyone working together.
"Some people were sewing the pouches and others were decorating them, so it was a real team effort."
The pouches will be sent off to fire-affected areas and used to help nurse back to health animals such as kangaroos, wallabies and bats.
As a lasting memento of the day, those that came along and helped out were asked to trace their hand print on a sheet which will be kept to remember the efforts of the scouts and their helpers from the general community.