Where is it: Musgrave Park, Cordelia Street, South Brisbane
What's it all about: It's the biggest NAIDOC celebration in Australia and it's heaps of fun!
How can I join in: Get down to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane and join in on a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture!
Tell me more: NAIDOC (National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee) Week runs during the first full week each July and celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements! Here in Brisbane, the Musgrave Park Family Fun Day is a huge celebration and lots of fun for everyone! There are performances, rides and games for the kids, as well as lots of information booths and a real carnival atmosphere!
Where is it: Musgrave Park, South Brisbane
What's it all about: Brisbane's very own Greek festival celebrating the people and culture of Greece!
How can I join in: Just be ready to have some fun on the third weekend of May! With a full weekend of Greek culture, entertainment and food, you're bound to have a great time!
Tell me more: We're blessed here in Australia to have such a large Greek community that has added significantly to the culture of Australia - and a great way to get a closer appreciation of this culture is by joining in on one of Australia's biggest Greek festivals - Paniyiri, right here in Brisbane! Over two days in Musgrave Park (with Brisbane's Greek Club just across the road!), you can experience the costumes, music, dance and cuisine of one of the world great cultures! With no shortage of entertainment on offer, this festival has always been one of Brisbane's most significant and popular festivals and surely one not to be missed! The dance group 'Hellenic Dancers' are always a drawcard, with 2017 marking their 40th anniversary of performing at Paniyiri!
VIP Early Entry 2019
Media launch 2017
Paniyiri Unveiling to Media 2017
The Festival 2017
Paniyiri VIP experience 2018
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