If an afternoon of smooth jazz tunes followed by a family movie under the stars sounds appealing, then Warrnambool is the place to be this weekend.
The annual Wunta Fiesta is back in town with thousands of people expected to attend a range of events starting with a big community breakfast on Friday morning.
Wunta Fiesta committee chairwoman Donna Gladman said the group was excited for the event and hoped for a big turnout.
“There will be great affordable family entertainment,” she said.
The fiesta kicks off with the Big Breakfast on Friday from 7am to 9am at the Civic Green.
Volunteers from the Rotary Club of Warrnambool Daybreak will be serving bacon and egg rolls, pancakes, flavoured milk, juice, tea and coffee.
A highlight of the community breakfast is the Milk Run which starts at 8:15am.
The Milk Run challenges participants to complete a course while carrying cups of milk.
All competitors are given the same amount of milk and the fastest to the finish line with the most milk left is declared the winner.
For those that miss the breakfast, fun awaits later in the day.
Friday Night on Liebig returns with live music, children’s activities and food stalls from Liebig Street restaurants.
The festivities begin at 6pm and there will be live music from local artists Just Duo It, Nick Alexander, Willnko, Since Tuesday and Flynn Gurry.
Saturday is all about smooth tunes with contemporary and traditional jazz performed by the Warrnambool City Jazz Band, Bath Lane, J.T. Hudson Trio & Tabasco Jazz.
Jazz in the Gardens is on from 12pm to 5.30pm at the Botanic Gardens Warrnambool.
Punters are encouraged to bring a picnic rug.
There will be beer, wine and cider available and also the opportunity to sample some tasty delights.
There will also be a movie under the stars at the Botanic Gardens on Saturday night from 6.30pm.
Family-friendly animated film Ferdinand will start at 7pm.
Lake Pertobe will have all the action on Sunday with the Day at the Lake from 12pm to 6pm.
There’s the chance to browse the Warrnambool Summer Market and Hillside Market, grab a bite from a food vendor or grab a drink.
All the while there will be six hours of music from local artists including Cooper Lower, Loose Cannons, Midnight Special, 4Wide, Alfa Tides and Michelle's Velocity.
There will also be a show and shine from Warrnambool and District Drag Racing Association from 10am.