Africultures Festival has emerged as the leading African Festival in Australia!​

Africultures Festival has emerged as the leading African Festival in Australia!​
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Africultures Festival has emerged as the leading African Festival in Australia!​

Africultures Festival 2016

Africultures Festival 2016

Fatma Mohamed, Director of Africultures Festival for 8 years now, says:

“This is a really soulful and community based festival. We don’t care about the colour of your skin, everyone is welcome here…and a trip to Western Sydney is a lot closer than a trip to Africa”.​

AFRICULTURES FESTIVAL is a showcase for rich and diverse cultures from all over Africa in Australia. It is a big colourful, fun and festive day, celebrating vibrant African communities and African culture in Sydney and across the country.

Western Sydney is a place where cultural diversity is renowned and embraced.

Last year at AFRICULTURES there were 38 countries represented out of the 53 recognised sovereign African nations – this year they expect there may be more!

This one day Festival aims to bring people together from different African communities living in Sydney and share their cultures, traditions, music, dance, food and fashion, with the broader Australian community to harness the spirit of multiculturalism.

A one day Festival with many positive life changing stories to share. Managed completely by volunteers.

AFRICULTURES FESTIVAL has grown this year to a new bigger venue of Wyatt Park, in Sydney’s western suburbs.​

An easy train or bus ride to Lidcombe, or street parking if you drive.

AFRICULTURES FESTIVAL 2016​. An annual one day only Free Festival​​. Everyone welcome.​ 12 March / 11am-6pm. Wyatt Park, Church Street, Lidcombe​ (Sydney).​

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