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One of the biggest events on Woodend’s calendar is coming up on Saturday March 14 (10am-3pm), the Woodend St Ambrose Community Carnival.

The event, which attracts around 2,500 to the town annually, is set to be bigger and better than ever in 2020.

All the favourite Carnival activities – the silent auction, plant stall and fruit & veg stalls – are back this year and visitors can expect to enjoy a great range of music, food and entertainment.

The rides at this year’s carnival also promise to delight, with a zip line, dodgem cars, rocking climbing wall, cha cha, jumping castle and others. For those wanting a quieter experience, the petting zoo is sure to satisfy. Ride-All-Day wristbands can be purchased online at www.sawoodend.cdfpay.org.au for the early bird price of $30, or $35 closer to the event.

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