From the Speedway and football to Easter on the Hill and the Good Friday Appeal, there were plenty of events happening across Warrnambool over the Easter weekend.
Check out our gallery to see snippets from some of the weekend's main attractions.
- Warrnambool celebrates Easter holidays with return of carnival and fireworks
- Warrnambool Christians remember the sacrifice of Jesus on Good Friday
- Warrnambool's Good Friday Appeal raised almost $60,000 for Royal Children's Hospital
- Flagstaff Hill brings back Easter tradition for families
- Finals fancies hoping to regain talent in coming weeks
- Magic 'Molly' too fast, too strong in Easter rout
Tourism operators reported their businesses were booked out for the long weekend as the Warrnambool Family Carnival and Easter on the Hill events returned to the city.
In sport, football came back in a big way with the hotly contested practice match between Koroit and South Warrnambool saw the Saints defeat an injury-hit Roosters by eight goals and the three-day Speedway carnival
The Good Friday Appeal raised almost $60,000 in Warrnambool with other towns across the south-west contributing huge amounts to the Royal Children's Hospital.
And the Easter spirit was alive as Christians took part in the he Way of the Cross walk.
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