There will be plenty of candles on the cake when Edna Fisher celebrates her 107th birthday with family and friends this month.

Mrs Fisher, who was born on November 30, 1910, is believed to be one of the oldest women living in Victoria.

She has called Werribee home for most of her life and now resides at the Uniting AgeWell – Manor Lakes Community.

Her father was employed by the Werribee Farm, which was also known as the Metropolitan Farm.

“I took a horse and buggy into Werribee for shopping,” she said. “I can remember it pretty well.”

Mrs Fisher worked as a teacher before marrying her husband, Ernest Henry Fisher, in April, 1934.

The couple had two daughters, Elaine and Rae. Mr Fisher died in 1964.

Mrs Fisher has five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

She credits her long life to a good diet and exercise, which included playing both golf and tennis when she was younger. 

“I just didn’t sit around,” she said.

Mrs Fisher was a founding member of the Werribee branch of the Country Women’s Association, of which she is a life member.