Wild rides, sideshow alley, food and entertainment will light up Bradbury Oval over two exciting weekends during the Festival of Fisher's Ghost.
The Fisher's Ghost Carnival starts on Friday, November 1 and will feature a spectacular fireworks at 9pm on each Saturday.
Mayor George Brticevic said the carnival promised to be full of fun for the whole family.
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"The Fisher's Ghost Carnival is a great day out for everyone and is among the most loved events of the festival," Councillor Brticevic.
"Bring the whole family down and get your adrenalin pumping on the rides and enjoy all the delicious food," he said.
Carnival opening hours are: 6pm to 11pm Fridays (November 1 and 8), 2pm to 11pm Saturdays (November 2 and 9) and noon to 6pm Sundays (November 3 and 10).
Entry is free with a cost for rides and food.
Two quiet sessions will also be held on Sunday, November 3 and 10 from 10.30am to noon for people with a disability.
Each quiet session will feature a tent for relaxing which will include some quiet sensory activities, no PA announcements or spruiking, no flashing lights or music on rides and free rides for people with disability and their carers.
Anyone interested in attending the quiet session can visit the council's website for more information.