OLGA Kaye has always walked her son Xavier to school and says she wouldn't have it any other way.
Tomorrow is National Walk Safely to School Day and, like any other day, Ms Kaye will hit the footpath with her six-year-old son Xavier and four-year-old daughter Jasmine.
Living within close proximity to Forest Street Primary School, the young family takes every opportunity to walk to school.
And Ms Kaye says she wished there were more people than did likewise.
National Walk Safely to School Day encourages parents to leave their cars in the driveway and walk their children to school.
"It's fantastic, we just love walking to school," Ms Kaye said. "It gives us a chance to actually walk and spend time together and gives us a bit of time just to ourselves.
"It also saves congestion on the road and it would be great if more people did it."
Forest Street Primary School is just one of hundreds of schools across Australia that will take part tomorrow.
As well as promoting walking to school, it will also hold its annual walkathon tomorrow, where more than 300 pupils will put one foot in front of the other for up to five kilometres.
Assistant principal Cameron Landry said the school had always supported the days and hoped for at least 130 pupils to walk to school tomorrow.
And as for the Kaye family, you can bet they will be out and about not just tomorrow, but every school day for years to come.