Cabramatta Moon Festival

Rebecca Varidel
16th Aug 2016

On Sunday September 4th the streets of Cabramatta will come alive with an array of colour, activity and culinary delights ending with an impressive fireworks display at 8pm.

The celebration of the Autumn harvest and a time to appreciate the beauty of the full moon, will be celebrated in style with contemporary and traditional singing and dancing, martial arts displays, Children’s Lantern Parade and much more.

My Kitchen Rules (MKR) 2016 winners Tasia and Gracia will add spice and a whole lot of chillies to the stage at the festival.

The Mayor of Fairfield City said Tasia and Gracia were bringing their cooking skills to the festival, adding to the celebrity entertainment line-up this year.

“Tasia and Gracia will excite your taste buds with some great recipes, including their spicy prawn and sesame toast,” the Mayor said.

“The ‘Spice Sisters’ will share with the audience their passion for food and culture by showcasing their culinary tips on stage at 11.05am and 1.35pm at the Mekong Mounties Group Stage.

“They are entertaining, energetic, fun and proud of their Indonesian culture and heritage.”

The Cabramatta Moon Festival is the event for food lovers, hungry to try the City’s famous authentic cultural cuisines. The festival is recognised as one of Sydney’s largest and brightest Asian cultural celebrations, attracting more than 90,000 people from across Sydney and NSW each year.

Entry is free. Transport to the festival is available by boarding a train to Cabramatta train station. Cabramatta Station falls on the T3 Bankstown, T5 Cumberland and T2 Inner west and south lines and is a 45-minute journey from Central train station. Take advantage of the public transport for easy access to the festival door at Cabramatta Town Centre.

For Fairfield City residents, there will be free shuttle services running to Cabramatta throughout the day.

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