A penguin 'onezie' and a dinosaur, usually known as Finley Topalovic and Jamee Sassal.
Dressed up for the occasion were Hello Kitty Lani, Miss Piggy Lucy and Madam Moo Kelsey.
The next time you see these two lads they will be minus their lovely locks. Jayden Threadgold and Hamish Greenwood agreed to have their heads shaved to raise funds to strive for a cancer-free world.
Chloe Hurford and Indi Mayhew hooped together to join the Relay.
Taking part was pretty cool for teenage supporters Bailey Farmer, Jack Hall and Lachlan Holz.
Two likeable 'antiques' (quality over quantity), Mike Hinchey and Jack Kahler, took to the track.
Cancer survivors Helen Blackmore-Lee and Mariska Threadgold cut the ribbon to start the Relay. Young Jayden supported his Mum by reading the Relay for Life oath to officially open the event.
Jo McGrath and Brian Farmer were happy to participate.
Demi Hall cares for her Nan Julie Symonds so they walked together.
Committee member Greg Davies accompanied Amy McGufficke around the oval.
Eleven teams and about 65 participants took part in the Jindabyne Relay for Life at the weekend to raise funds and increase awareness about cancer.
They spent hours walking, jogging, running - any way they could really - round a local oval.
In essence, it's a celebration of cancer survivors, a chance to remember loved ones, and an opportunity to fight back against cancer.
It all began in Australia in 1999 and similar events are now held across the country every year, in every state and territory, and raise more than $14 million which is used by the Cancer Council in its fight against cancer.
In Jindabyne teams included the Windy Jindy outfit, Jindy Girl Riders, Wendy's Weekend Warriors, and Jindy Dancers.
So far they have raised about $11,000, with more to come.