GALLERY: Sell-out breakfast kicks off Wunta fun.

WARRNAMBOOL'S Wunta Fiesta kicked off with a sell-out community breakfast this morning.  

Hundreds of people turned out for the breakfast and traditional Undy 500 race on the Civic Green. 

By 8am, the breakfast had almost sold-out, with 40 kilos of sausages being eaten in the first hour.

Wunta Fiesta Chairperson Cartherine Williams said that the great weather had motivated people to attend the event.

"I think it's awesome that the community have come out in force to get the breakfast this morning," Ms Williams said.

"There is a lot on, with school going back, so it's really good for them to make that extra effort to get down before work."

School children of all ages fuelled up on pancakes and bacon and eggs, many of them ready for the first day of term.

Despite only a handful of entrants for the Undy 500, a large crowd lined Liebig Street to see brother and sister Kellie and Ben McLeod win the race for yet another year.

Kellie has won the women's title the past four years, with Ben taking out the men's title two years in a row.

When asked what their secret was, Kellie said that her and her brother were just blessed with good genetics.

The Fiesta continues tonight with a laneway festival in the bottom end of Liebig Street. 

Undy 500 entrants power up Liebig Street. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Undy 500 entrants power up Liebig Street. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Entrants in the Undy 500. Picture LEANNE PICKETT

Entrants in the Undy 500. Picture LEANNE PICKETT

A large crowd gathered to watch the annual Undy 500 footrace. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

A large crowd gathered to watch the annual Undy 500 footrace. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Cherry De Ville, Amie Hargreaves, Bianca Gruar, Ash Johnnson and Bec Spargue and The Quest Man prepare for the Undy 500. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Cherry De Ville, Amie Hargreaves, Bianca Gruar, Ash Johnnson and Bec Spargue and The Quest Man prepare for the Undy 500. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Cherry De Ville, Amie Hargreaves, Bianca Gruar, Ash Johnnson and Bec Spargue from the Dirty Angels Roller Derby team prepare for the Undy 500. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Cherry De Ville, Amie Hargreaves, Bianca Gruar, Ash Johnnson and Bec Spargue from the Dirty Angels Roller Derby team prepare for the Undy 500. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Sally Howard, Keeley Robinson, 7, and Nicole Beaton tuck into breakfast. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Sally Howard, Keeley Robinson, 7, and Nicole Beaton tuck into breakfast. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Josh Howarth, Michael Godfrey and 16 month old Jayden Godfrey enjoy breakfast on the Civic Green. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Josh Howarth, Michael Godfrey and 16 month old Jayden Godfrey enjoy breakfast on the Civic Green. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Bunny Hinchcliff and Tony Austin from Warrnambool Rotary Club cook up a storm. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Bunny Hinchcliff and Tony Austin from Warrnambool Rotary Club cook up a storm. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Shane Watts and Gavan Cooper from South West Credit. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Shane Watts and Gavan Cooper from South West Credit. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Bartlett Family enjoy breakfast (from left) Mum Juli, Shannen, Josh,  Luke, Kyle and Dad Carl. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Bartlett Family enjoy breakfast (from left) Mum Juli, Shannen, Josh, Luke, Kyle and Dad Carl. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Barry Bermingham and his granddaughter Chelsea Bermingham. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT

Barry Bermingham and his granddaughter Chelsea Bermingham. Picture: LEANNE PICKETT