ORGANISERS of Springfield's Family Fitness Funday have been working up a sweat to make this year's annual event bigger and better than ever.
Entering its fifth year, the day has become a calendar highlight for the community with its focus on fun and being healthy.
The free event attracted more than 2000 people last year, with rides, food stalls and live entertainment offered all day.
Springfield Christian Family pastor Phil Cutcliffe said the event - which is co-organised by Westside Community Care - had grown significantly since its inaugural year.
The event will move this year, from its traditional venue at Springfield Lake District Park to the larger Robelle Domain Parklands.
Ps Cutcliffe said the Funday would benefit from the venue's flatter ground and open space combined with its stage and amphitheatre.
"We've had the opportunity to host a few events there and they've all gone well," he said.
"We have also been fortunate to have Motorama City Holden has come on board as a naming rights sponsor which has definitely enhanced the event."
Some of the entertainment will include a climbing wall, rides, an inflatable obstacle course, a walkathon, live music, dance and fitness demonstrations and a train ride.
A health and fitness village will also be erected with displays promoting a healthy life: body, mind and spirit.
As well as providing local residents with a fun day out, the event raises funds for worthwhile community charities such as chaplaincy services and local youth organisations.
The event generated more than $6,500 last year.
The Funday will take place on Sunday, June 17 from 9am to 2pm at Robelle Domain, Springfield Central.
For more information, phone Westside Community Care on 3818 2915.