The Cabramatta Moon Festival is a spectacular event that celebrates Vietnamese culture and attracts more than 90,000 people annually.
The festival is also referred to as the Mid-Autumn Festival or the Trung Thu Festival, as it is known in Vietnam.
Cabramatta Moon Festival 2024 Dates, Food, Stalls, Fireworks & Address
The Cabramatta Moon Festival offers a variety of cultural events, from a traditional lantern parade and the famous lion dance to customary dances, where participants are adorned in vibrant costumes. There is lots on offer to suit visitors of all ages – from live entertainment, rides, stalls, food and family-friendly activities.
During the festival, the streets of Cabramatta are filled with stalls selling a range of traditional accessories, clothes, bags, toys and treats for everyone to enjoy. A tempting array of food is on offer that highlights the diversity and vitality of South-East Asian cuisine. Each year, the festival closes with a spectacular fireworks display that is not to be missed.
Entry to the festival is free and is located in the Cabramatta CBD. Road closures will occur on John Street, Park Road, Dutton Lane, Dutton Lane Loop, Railway Parade, Arthur Street, and Cabramatta.
The closest train station is Cabramatta, accessible on the T2 South, T3 Bankstown or T5 Cumberland Lines. Fairfield City Council’s Cabramatta Moon Festival will have a FREE shuttle bus service operating on the day.
If you are coming by car, you can park in Canley Vale or Canley Heights and look out for the Hoang Do – Cabramatta Moon Festival Free Shuttle Bus service to hop on and off and beat the crowd.