CELEBRATE the Great Race Festival with the Saturday Street Fair.
The annual event kicked off at 10am, with the crowd growing in Kings Parade, Russell and Church streets as the day wears on.
This year, the event is offering a wide variety of stalls and entertainment to suit the whole family.
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Live music also forms part of the event, with three acts ready to take to the stage throughout the day.
First up is Dusk, a duo that performs a feel-good mix of pop, R&B, soul, jazz and classic hits.
They'll be on stage through to 12pm, at which point local star Clancy Pye takes over.
Three-piece rock band Three Eyed Monks will finish out the live entertainment, with their set starting at 2pm.
The music makes for a perfect backdrop as people enjoy the various other activities throughout the precinct.
A children's entertainer has been doing some fun tricks in Kings Parade, and there are rides set up in Russell Street.
There's also a soccer shootout, soccer darts, and giant board games available.
A number of food vendors are located in Church Street, with the offerings including Corey's Smoked Meats, Twisted Chip and All Flossed Out.
The street fair runs through to 4pm.
People need to check in with a QR code to enter the precinct.
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