About 80 volunteers are required to help with a variety of roles for the 150th Bendigo Easter Fair.
Registrations are also open for this year's Torchlight Procession and Gala Parade.
Volunteers must be aged over 15 and will be integral to having the festival run smoothly.
"Volunteers are also absolutely critical to the fair's success," City of Greater Bendigo 's tourism and major events manager Terry Karamaloudis said.
"We are looking for volunteers to assist with the parades, support festival-goers and assist the many activities and attractions."
This year's fair will be run over four days to celebrate the 150-year milestone.
"The fair is one of Australia's longest running community festivals and much loved by people young and old. Bendigo truly comes alive at Easter and we are especially looking forward to this year's special celebration," Mr Karamaloudis said.
This year, the torchlight procession will be held on Easter Sunday and the gala parade on Easter Monday.
"We hope to have a fantastic selection of floats for this year's parades," Mr Karamaloudis said. "We are encouraging anyone in the community who has previously entered a float, or who has a great idea for one, to enter."
For details visit www.bendigoeasterfestival.org.au