Kids from Julia Creek learning centre have been treated to a special show in Mount Isa from RACQ Life Flight pilots.
Pilots ducked, weaved and eventually landed at Alexandra Park much to the amazement of the young students on Friday November 29.
Julia Creek learning centre kindy teacher Eliza McCulloch said at the end of every year they do a graduation and go on a trip.
"We were informed RACQ Life Flight were doing a training exercise and thought it would be exciting for the kids to see and learn," Ms McCulloch said.
RACQ LifeFlight Rescue Base Lead Billy McCreadie said they were here to put on a bit of the show for the kids, let them check out the helicopter and answer their questions.
"It is important to inform the community that we are here to help and to educate the kids about what we do," Mr McCreadie said.
"Sometimes when there is no one else available, kids call triple zero, so if an ambulance can't get to them they need to know that there are still options like us."
Mr McCreadie said there had been a few more accidents than usual lately.
"Unfortunately heading into the festive season there has been a few more accidents than we would have hoped.
"We will have our fingers crossed we are not to busy over Christmas and New Year's," he said.
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