Seven bakers are working round the clock in Elmore to prepare the town for its annual doughnut festival.
The streets of Elmore will be taken over by all things doughnut on Saturday, from a giant doughnut eating competition to a doughnut queen.
And if you've ever wondered what a maple bacon doughnut would taste like, Elmore will be the place for you.
The Elmore Bakery will begin the day with a stock of 6000 doughnuts, double what it had for last year's festival.
Flavours range from peanut butter pretzel, to chocolate mousse, coffee, redskin, caramel popcorn, fairy bread, and of course the traditional cinnamon, glazed and iced.
Owner Travis Wilson said he's expecting as many as 5000 people to visit the town.
"It's huge, it's a small community. There's lots of trade during the weekend because there's lots of traffic going to Echuca, it's good to get our name out there, Elmore, because it's a beautiful town," Mr Wilson said.
"It's great the whole community's got involved helping us out."
Local cafes the Copper Kettle and Oasis Cafe will also be selling doughnutty delights, such as doughnut sundaes and gluten free doughnuts.
Kids activities, such as giant outdoor games, and mini golf will be running in Progress Park.
Elmore Doughnut Festival, Saturday June 1, 10am-2pm, Elmore
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