The Sri Lanka Food and Culture Festival will be held at Darling Harbour over this weekend. Hosted by the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau, this festival is a feast for the senses, with something for everyone – from traditional handicraft stores and live performances, to the endless tea and tantalising food, and stacks of holiday giveaways too.
The Loy Krathong Festival was a huge success! It has attracted a lot of people from far and near, sitting by the Parramatta river bank and enjoying themselves.
CARMA Multicultural Festival 2017 will be held at Fogarty Park, Cairns on 19th August. This is certainly a highlight of Cairns Multicultural Month for its international performances, world cuisine, fashion shows, and family fun activities.
The Korean Cultural Festival will be held in Brisbane this Saturday, inviting everyone to celebrate Korean heritage, foods and cultural performances.
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.
Acclaimed as the most anticipated June Festival of Sydney, Arraial do BRACCA 2017 will be held in Petersham Town Hall on 25 June. Arraial do BRACCA is a traditional Brazilian rural festival in celebration of harvest season all over in Brazil. Now you have the opportunity to experience this special Brazilian style celebration and culture in Sydney!
The Ipswich Festival, held annually in Ipswich, is a celebration of local and national talent, Ipswich heritage and community spirit.
The 7th Parramasala is on this weekend. If you feel overwhelmed by so many events and happenings at the festival, try to follow this guide to have a fulfilling and relaxing festival experience.
March is shaping up to be a multicultural month with various festivals dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating cultural diversity in Australia. This weekend will see the grand opening of the annual multicultural festival – Parramasala.
Established in 1996, the National Multicultural Festival has become one of the largest events in Canberra, attracting locals and international visitors to celebrate cultural diversity in Australia.