Horsham, Mildura, Wycheproof, Lake Boga and Swan Hill residents will try to find love in an unlikely place this Friday.
Royal Hotel at Sea Lake is hosting the town's first ever 'Singles Night', at which there will be live entertainment, food and free drinks.
Manager Tarsh Hickey said there would also be "a couple of little twists which we won't reveal at this stage".
"We've been getting plenty of phone calls. We've gone into a zone where no one's been before so everyone attending is a bit nervous."
Mrs Hickey said there were 40 people attending as of Tuesday, and they hoped for at least 50.
"We wanted to do it to show people what Sea Lake has to offer," she said. "A lot of people here won't go outside the square to talk to people, whether that's because they're farmers or live isolated lives or for another reason.
Mrs Hickey said people could register until Wednesday at https://forms.gle/SKFL98E6rzZR9WPD7.
The evening takes place from 7pm until 11pm, with tickets costing $80.
Natimuk residents to open their hearts... to farmers
The town of Natimuk is asking Wimmera residents to "Share the Love", and support a community fundraiser for farmers affected by bushfires on Friday.
Co-organiser of the fundraiser Maree Schmidt said the money would be given to Lions Club Australia's Need for Feed program, which provides emergency fodder and transport.
"I think the farmers are the backbone of the country, so they need all the help they can get," she said.
"I feel sorry for the livestock: They can't go look for feed.
"There will be a barbecue and a jumping castle, and a Country Fire Authority member in Horsham who went over to Gippsland will speak to let the community over here know what the farmers are going through - how they have lost livestock and feed won't grow overnight.
"Entry is free but there is a gold coin donation for the barbecue. The Mens' Shed in Natimuk has built us a wishing well if people want to donate more, and we will be raffling gift vouchers and bottles of wine at 8pm."
Mrs Schmidt said the event would take place at the town's showgrounds at 5pm on Friday
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