St Luke's Uniting Church is gearing up for its 48th annual carnival.
Considered to be Belmont's largest annual event, this year's carnival will not disappoint punters with the huge amount of stalls, rides, children's activities and entertainment lined up for another big and busy event.
The carnival will be staged on the church grounds in Narla Road, Belmont on Saturday, October 26.
The outside stalls will be open to the public from 8am and the inside stalls from 9am.
Stalls include a bargain basement, plants, home crafts, home cooking, Christmas puddings and ritzy rags.
There will be a quilt display, art exhibition, cafes, children's activities (face painting, lucky dips, jumping castle, dance and games), barbecue and more.
The art exhibition will be open at the church on Friday, October 25 from 4pm to 7pm and from 9am on Saturday, October 26. Art works will be available to purchase.
The carnival has also attracted another strong entertainment line up for the day including performances by The Marching Koalas, The Novatones, Floraville School Band, Waltz-Sing Matildas, KC Dance HQ, Nga Tamariki Maori Culture Maori Group, and Eastlakes U3A Ukulele Group.
There will be a live broadcast all day by Rhema FM plus a classic cars display.