There are many festival through out the years in Sydney, Australia. Main big festivals are Royal Easter Show Sydney, Vivid Sydney, Floriade (Canberra), Winter Festival, Kite Festival, Sculptures by the Sea. Below are highlights of these wonderful fesitvals.

Vivid Sydney

Vivid Sydney is a spectacular annual festival held in Sydney, Australia, that showcases light, music, and ideas. This three-week event, held in May and June, boasts of outdoor immersive light installations and projections, performances by both local and international musicians, and a forum for exchanging ideas featuring public talks and debates with leading creative thinkers.

Sculpture by the Sea

Australia’s biggest annual outdoor sculpture exhibition is the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, held in Sydney and Perth. This event, which started at Bondi Beach in 1997, showcases sculptures created by artists from both Australia and other countries. Sculpture by the Sea is a spectacular 2km coastal walk with more than 100 sculptures by artists from Australia and across the world.

Floriade, Canberra

Floriade is an annual flower and entertainment festival held in Commonwealth Park, Canberra, on the banks of Lake Burley Griffin. The event showcases a stunning array of flowering bulbs, interspersed with sculptures and other artistic features. The name Floriade comes from the Latin word ‘floriat’, meaning to design with flowers.

Australian Open

The Australian Open, a major tennis tournament, takes place annually at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. As the first of the four Grand Slam tennis events that occur each year, it precedes the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open.

The tournament begins in mid-January and lasts for two weeks, coinciding with the Australia Day holiday. The Australian Open features competitions for men’s and women’s singles, men’s, women’s, and mixed doubles, junior championships, as well as wheelchair, legends, and exhibition events.

Ramadan Nights Lakemba

One of Sydney’s most popular cultural events, Ramadan Nights Lakemba returns. 1.2 million people visited Ramadan Nights in Lakemba in 2022.

From dusk until 3 am every evening from 21 March-20 April, more than 70 food stalls will transform Lakemba’s Haldon Street into a vibrant, global food bazaar with traditional cuisine from Indonesia, Burma, Pakistan, Lebanon, Cocos Islands, Syria, and more.

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