The staff at Orana Mall Telstra shop dressed up to promote awareness of Muscular Dystrophy on Friday.
The dress up day was in conjunction with National Superhero Week, September 2 to September 6, which is an annual Muscular Dystrophy Awareness event.
Muscular Dystrophy is a group of muscle diseases that result in the weakening and breakdown of skeletal muscles over time.
According to Muscular Dystrophy Australia, the life-threatening, muscle-destroying disorder affects one in every 625 people across Australia.
There is no known cure for the condition, and young children are most vulnerable to the severest form of the disorder.
Muscular Dystrophy Australia's CEO, Jan Chisholm says it was heartwarming to have Dubbo locals taking part in this year's National Superhero Week and providing hope to individuals and their families who are affected by the condition.
"We were thrilled to have Dubbo residents hosting their own National Superhero Week events," she said.