OzAsia Festival

OzAsia Festival 2016

Over the years OzAsia Festival has put the spotlight on particular regions of Asia, including Korea, Japan, Malaysia, India, and China.

2016 will be the biggest and best festival yet. It’s all new, revamped and refreshed, including a twist on the much-loved Moon Lantern Festival. Under current Festival Director Joseph Mitchell, the annual program features the finest theatre, dance, music, film, talks and visual arts that Asia has to offer.

The 2016 Festival Patron is The Honourable Hieu Van Le AO, Governor of South Australia.

 

Good Fortune Markets

Brought to you from the people behind successful events including Royal Croquet Club and Alpine Winter Village, comes the Good Fortune Market.

Located in Elder Park during OzAsia Festival from the 21st September through to the 2nd October, discover a feast for the senses that will transport you all the way to the street markets of Asia. Enjoy a tantalising array of authentic Asian cuisine from delicious dumplings and pork buns to fiery curries, all served straight from the wok.

If that isn’t enough, wander market stalls, take in free all ages entertainment or simply settle into a stylish pop-up bar.

Open from 5pm on weeknights and 12noon on weekends. Discover more here.

Moon Lantern Festival

On Sunday 18th September, experience Australia’s largest lantern parade, the Moon Lantern Festival in Elder Park as part of OzAsia. This year the giant Hong Kong Dragon will make it’s return.

Wander through Elder Park to look at lantern installations, try the local cuisine, participate in workshop activities and watch the community performances.

Complete your Asian cultural experience with a dinner for two in Shiki our award winning Japanese restaurant.