Students from St Joseph's Catholic Primary School spent the morning visiting various local businesses as part of Catholic Education Week.
The Year 1 students armed themselves with delicious homemade slices and creative drawings, visiting plenty of shops in the CBD before they stopped by the Council Chambers.
Teacher April Roth said the random acts of kindness were part of teaching the students how being nice to others was a benefit to all.
“It's just about the little things to brighten people's day,” she said.
“It teaches the students about being kind and the smiles they see on people's faces make it worthwhile.”
Mayor Jack Dempsey met with the students and showed them around the Council Chambers, where they got to sit in his chair and try on the mayoral chains.
“This visit from St Joseph's Catholic Primary School has really made my day,” he said.
“Teaching children all about kindness is so important.
“It's a skill that carries through to their adult life, promoting empathy and compassion which leads to a sense of interconnectedness with other people.
“I thank St Joseph's Catholic Primary School for their visit today.”