Seafarers Multicultural Festival
Dates: 6 - 8 December 2013
Address: Foreshore Cunninghame Arm, Cnr Myer Street and The Esplanade, Lakes Entrance, Victoria 3909
Phone: 04 0386 8984 | Mobile: 0403 868 984
Celebrating the local food and wine of East Gippsland will be a key component of this year's Seafarers Multicultural Festival, which is set to be a celebration of cultures, food and music in Lakes Entrance.
The three-day celebration, which is set to commence on Friday 6 December, will bring chefs and musicians together.
The Seafarers Multicultural Festival promotes the multicultural diversity of the East Gippsland region by encompassing Aboriginal arts, performing arts, healthy food, community cultural heritage, music and visual art.
This year's guest chefs include Mark Olive, who is one of Australia's leading indigenous chefs; Mark Normoyle, of the RACV City Club; and Mick and Matt Newell, of My Kitchen Rules fame.
Highlights of the festival include a parade, the Feast of St Nicholas and a gala night held in a marquee on the foreshore overlooking the water.
Sunday brings a Triathlon, Rapid Raft Race, Sports Challenge together with local market promoting local producers and more.
Content: Seafarers Multicultural Festival Inc
- Car park
- Access With Assistance for the Disabled
- Parking for the Disabled
- Toilet facilities for the Disabled
- First aid equipment
- Shaded Area
- Sheltered Area
Disabled paths and toilets available.
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Special entertainers Linsey Pollock, Stiletto Sisters, Noriko Tandano and George Kamikawa, Gil Santos and Choir, Spanish Dancers, Pans of Fire, Feva Pitch, Mauri Dancers and much much more. Join in the festivities and listen to the wonderful performers.