GALLERY: Bruce Hwy traffic gets awesome Gympie greeting

DRIVERS on the Bruce Highway were greeted by a world of fictional characters this morning when Two Mile State School's students turned out to celebrate Book Week.

About 50 students turned into superheroes, cowboys and literary icons as part of the week's theme "reading is my secret power" and greeted early morning commuters as they headed up and down the highway.

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Their enthusiasms was met in kind, with cars honking and truck's blaring their horns in response.

The Gympie Times was on hand to capture some of the colourful costumes on display, and you can check them out in the gallery above.

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