Families are flocking to Bendigo for the city's COVID-safe Easter offerings.
Attendees at Saturday's Active Kids event at the Fosterville Gold Tennis Centre were met with an array of sports and activities.
COVID-19 restrictions meant it was a free ticketed event with timed entry.
Bendigo Stadium played host to a Dora the Explorer and PAW Patrol stage show, while the Bendigo Chinese Association dazzled at the Ulumbarra Theatre.
There was fun to be had with robots at Bendigo's Discovery Science and Technology Centre and an opportunity to dabble in arts and crafts at Eaglehawk's Canterbury Gardens.
It comes ahead of Carnival Central, a ticketed event running from 6pm - 10pm this evening at the Tom Flood Sports Centre. While entry tickets are free, ride tickets can be purchased on site.
The program for Easter Sunday is also packed with activities, from more Active Kids and Carnival Central fun to Bendigo Rocks Easter in the Garden for the Future in White Hills.
To view the program in full or to make a booking, visit bendigoregion.com.au/explore-bendigo/eggs-plore-bendigo-at-easter
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