Live music, Michelin-starred chef Tom Aikens and banquet tables for feasting are just some of the attractions at the Daylesford Organic Harvest Festival on Saturday.

Activities will run throughout the day and children will be kept entertained with scavenger packs, floral crown making, yoga, scarecrow competitions and arts and crafts stations.

Actor Christopher Biggins will return for the ever popular dog shows and owner Carole Bamford will be joined by Mr Aikens to judge in the competition tent.

Cookery demonstrations will run throughout the day and the sustainability tent will host panel discussions on topical subjects between demonstrations from the farm's producers.

Nature’s harvest feast will be celebrated with food in abundance.

New launches will be showcased and the Market Garden will be transformed with Airstreams, fully stocked bars and long banquet tables for feasting plus Asado-style fire pits for flame-cooked food from the farm, plus traditional barbecues and fresh wood-fired pizzas.

Visitors will be able to tour areas of the Daylesford Farm not usually open to the public and visit the Producers Market to learn more about what the farm does.

It will be the farm's first large event in nearly two years.

Entry and parking are free but visitors must register attendance to keep track of numbers in advance.