Staff at Jetty's Bar and Grill have rolled up their sleeves to raise funds for Australian bushfire relief.
The South Yunderup restaurant hosted a special event on January 19, raising a total of $3451 for the Bushfire Disaster Appeal.
Families enjoyed a spiritual dance performed by the Bindjareb Middar Performance Group as well as plenty of fun activities, raffles, food and drinks.
Volunteers from the South Yunderup/Ravenswood Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade also brought along two fire trucks and a boat to showcase.
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Marketing manager Angela Nicolle said they had a "great turn out".
"We decided we had the ability to do a fundraiser - we've got a lot of space and loyal customers so we thought we'd make a big day of it and raise as much money as we could," she said.
"The local fire volunteer crew came down and had a fantastic setup for the kids - they were letting them use the fire hoses, spraying the water for hours, it was amazing."
Ms Nicolle said they were "so grateful" to the community for their generosity.
"We put the word out on Facebook to start up a raffle and asked for donations," she said.
"Everybody was super generous and we ended up with 24 really good raffle prizes - that's what raised the most money.
"Everybody really got on board - we had so many customers and anonymous people coming in to drop in money and things for the raffle. Without even being asked there were just so many donations rolling in."
While the team at Jetty's Bar and Grill haven't yet decided exactly where the money will be donated, Ms Nicolle said it would definitely go to a charity that benefits the firefighters.
For more information about Jetty's Bar and Grill, visit their Facebook page.