The Korean Cultural Festival will be held in Brisbane this Saturday, inviting everyone to celebrate Korean heritage, foods and cultural performances.
Queensland will welcome its Multicultural Month in August. The the state’s largest multicultural celebration recognises and showcases its unique diversity and the benefits covering four major areas: arts and sports, digital technology advancement, business success, and cultural competence. Spread out throughout four weeks with a different focus for each week, August in Queensland is filled with a festive multicultural atmosphere.
Bigger and better, the Childers Festival is back at south west of Bundaberg this weekend with five stages of entertainment and over 400 stalls of world cuisine from the globe. Always held in the last weekend of July, the festival is one of signature multicultural events in Queensland, attracting a crowd of over 5000 people each year.