Never patted a tyrannosaurus? Now might be your chance.
The circus is coming to town, bringing with them an unusual set of performers. Dinosaurs.
Silver's Circus Ringmaster Simon Tait said it had taken a tremendous amount of training to involve dinosaurs in the show, because, of course, "any wild animal is dangerous".
And that's on top of the trials of transporting the prehistoric beasts, some of whom are 20 foot long and 14 foot tall.
One is so big the circus has cut a hole in its container, so its head can poke out.
But it's been worth the effort.
"The kids absolutely love it. There's a place where they can sit down at the foyer and they can draw their dinosaurs as well," Mr Tait said.
"It's a theme that goes right from the interactive dinosaur right through into the circus performance themselves."
Some lucky audience members will even get the chance to have a pat during the show.
Silver's Circus perform in Bendigo from May 31 to June 23.
More information at: silverscircus.com.au
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