Parramatta Is Getting Its Own Multicultural Festival This Weekend


Ellie Angel

13 March 2019

Ellie Angel

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Looking for plans this weekend? Add this to your list!

From Friday to Sunday, Parramatta is the place to be as the cultural wonder that is PARRAMASALA returns.

This is set to be the festival’s biggest year yet as Sydney celebrates the vibrant cross-section of cultures: from South American to Middle Eastern, Indigenous Australian to South East Asian, and everything in between.

The three-day extravaganza transforms Parramatta’s streets, laneways and parklands into an incredible vibe you have to experience yourself.


Your culinary passport will go on a journey across the World with so much international cuisine to choose from in the Masala World Food Market.

Feast on mouth watering Souvlaki, Nepalese Dumplings, Turkish Boreks, Spicy Indian, Japanese Bao’s and more, then wash it down and chill at the bar.


For the first time this year, you can support local with the Westie Markets.

Get ready to shop up a storm with local produce, handmade fashion, beautiful homewares and delicious gourmet treats.

From dance to theatre, parades full of colour and costumes, amazing rhythmic beats and live music, you will love soaking up every minute at Parramasala.

For more info check out their website here


Where: Prince Alfred Square, Parramatta plus lots of locations in the Parra area

When: March 157th – 17th from 9am-11pm

How much: Free Entry

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