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The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.

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  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 1917–18, 1942–45 & 2020. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 due to covid-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 due to covid-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 1915–18 (Great War), 1942–45 (World War II) & 2020 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except in 1915–18 because of Great War, 1940–45 because of World War II, and since 2020 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, since 1871 except 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
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  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 1917–18, 1942–45 & 2020. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 due to covid-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees Sun Loong, the longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 due to covid-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 1915–18 (Great War), 1942–45 (World War II) & 2020 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia since 1871, except in 1915–18 because of Great War, 1940–45 because of World War II, and since 2020 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
  • The Bendigo Easter Festival, formerly known as the Bendigo Easter Fair, is an annual event held in Bendigo, Victoria, since 1871 except 2020 and 2021 due to COVID-19. The festival includes the Easter procession which sees [Dai Gum Loong], the newest and longest imperial dragon in the world, dance through the streets.
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