Hundreds of unique pieces of wooden art hang from the stalls at MacGillivray Hall.
It's the home of the Bendigo Woodturners during the Easter Festival.
Each one of the unique pieces of woodwork has been made by a member of the 80-strong club.
Club members showed off their skills in action as part of the Easter Festival display, creating wooden works as visitors watched.
President Harald Mai said the club had about 260 people come through its display on Good Friday.
"People just love the variety that we have, the variety of items for sale and the skill that goes into each one," Mr Mai said.
"Every item is uniquely made. What you buy, you won't get anywhere else."
And the club members aren't necessarily master wood workers. Mr Mai said many know very little about woodwork when they join.
Some are self-taught, while others learn from the club.
Members create all kinds of woodwork, not just wood using wood turning. Some used a hot nib to burn an image into wood, others a scroll saw to cut an image into wood.
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