Festivals, markets, Canberra

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    Multicultural Festival

    by Kate-Me Written Mar 3, 2005

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    The day we were in Canberra (Feb 2005), we were lucky to catch the start of a 10 day multicultural festival, held in one of the main squares of the city.
    There was free entertainment by travelling acts and members of the region's multicultural community, a street parade featuring representatives from what must have been all of Canberra's different nationalities (quite a lot more than I would have dreamed!) and a huge area devoted to multicultural tents and caravans selling international food of just about all types and descriptions.
    The atmosphere was great, and the food very reasonably priced and varied.

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    Floriade – Sept to Oct

    by keeweechic Updated Aug 2, 2003

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    Floriade – Sept to Oct is a 30 day floral extravaganza held every year as Australia's Celebration of Spring. More than a million flowers almost bloom 'on cue' in Commonwealth Park, Canberra. Each year, the designers of Floriade adopt a different theme and in 2001, Floriade will celebrate the Centenary of Federation.

    Sunday Market - Each Sunday, a former Bus Depot is transformed into a bustling market atmosphere. There are beautifully made handcrafted and home produced items and great food and entertainment.
    27 Wentworth Ave, Kingston.

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