After starting rehearsals in February, Marist College Bendigo's production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang took to the stage on Friday.
More than 120 students from foundation to year 12 are involved in the show which is on until Sunday at Ulumbarra.
It is the school's first time putting on a production at Ulumbarra with show producer Alannah Darmody saying it was an exciting step up for the performing arts program.
"The school has been growing the last few years and so has our arts program," she said.
"So moving to Ulumbara is a big step up for us.
"The students really lifted this week. It's taking a while to get our feet and it's the biggest production we have done but we are so grateful to have this facility."
The school bought a hydraulically-powered Chitty Chitty Bang Bang car for their show.
"Students love using the car," Ms Darmody said. "It's the highlight of the show. From word go, having that set piece early on has been exciting."
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