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Where to celebrate ‘Holi’ in Australia

 Where to celebrate ‘Holi’ in Australia

Are you an Indian who has just landed in Australia? Or you have been living in Australia for a long time and want to enjoy the upcoming Holi. Be it any reason; you would be amazed to know that Australia celebrates different cultures as well as makes allowances for the Indian community to celebrate their festival of colours while spreading joy. 

Indian community can be found in a vast number, and they organise Holi festival to get connected to their homeland and enjoy the taste of cultural belongingness. The countdown for Holi Festival 2020, has begun and every Indian either living in India or abroad is elatedly waiting for this day. This Indian colour festival is the day when Indians bring colours to their life. Due to the all-embracing nature of this festival of India, Holi is celebrated all over the world.  

So are you the one who is far away from the homeland? Are you excited about Holi 2020 and willing to celebrate this occasion? But at the same time wondering where to celebrate Holi in Australia? Don’t stress out! We’ve got you! Yes! We will let you find places in Australia where you can celebrate Holi, the Indian colour festival.

Keep your festive vibes alive and enjoy Holi!

You may find various places and venues that will let you rejoice the happiness of the Holi festival of colours. Below mentioned are the places in Australia where you can celebrate Holi


Holi Festival of Colours 2020
Holi in Brisbane

If you are living in Brisbane, Australia, this Holi festival can be the best option for you to celebrate Holi. In this festival, people of Brisbane can enjoy different cultural food, dance, music, cultural performances, colour play, and a lot more things. This is one of the cultural celebrations that nobody would like to miss out. 

Holi Festival of colours 2020, will be held on February 29th, 2020 on Saturday. The celebration of Holi colour Festival can be enjoyed from 12 PM till 6 PM. So, start preparing your schedule to experience something exciting. The location of this Holi festival is Rocks Riverside Park, 5 Counihan Road, Australia. What’s more interesting about this Holi festival? Want to know? The entry is free for this event so anybody can join this Indian colour festival.

If you are thinking about the Holi colours and from where you can get them, stop worrying! Because you can find stalls in the event where you can buy Holi colour powder. Just bring money with you to buy those. 


Holi Tribe Festival 2020

Holi in Melbourne

Majority of the Indians and Hindus live in Melbourne, Australia. If you are one of them, be happy that Holi is coming to your city as Holi Tribe Festival 2020. So get yourself ready to experience the colours of life this Holi

What does this Holi festival bring to you? You can enjoy dance, bhangra, music, colour and a lot more fun activities. So many things in one place sound great! Just make sure you have booked yourself for this exciting Holi festival. 

The Holi Tribe Festival will be held on February 29th, 2020 on Saturday. Fun at this Holi festival can be experienced from 11 AM to 8 PM. Make sure you are on time! This Holi festival 2020 will take place at St Kilda Beach, Victoria, Prahran. 

If you have children along with you, the entry is free for children under age 12. Also, don’t be worried about Holi colours as the colour pack will be provided to adults once they have grabbed their tickets. It is intriguing to know that Holi colours are organic, having no toxicity or side effects.  


Rainbow Holi 2020

Holi in Sydney

Sydney is another city in Australia where many Hindus and Indians are dwelling. For the Indian community living in Sydney, this city will not let you celebrate Holi 2020 alone. Rainbow Holi 2020 is one such festival that will connect the Indian community to their homeland and its traditional values. This Holi festival is going to take place on March 14th, 2020, on Saturday. 

The venue for this Holi festival is at Sydney Park, 416 Sydney Park Rd, Alexandria New South Wales. So don’t miss out your chance to be there at 1:00 PM till 5:00 PM. 

This Holi event is free for all, so bring your friends, families, children, and all your loved ones to enjoy colours of life. At this event, you can enjoy dancing, colour play, meeting new and old friends and community members. Not only this, but you will also get the chance to savour some mouth-watering Holi food as well. 

The festival of Holi is incomplete unless you playfully throw Holi colours on your friends and families. You don’t need to worry about Holi colours as you will be finding colours there available for purchase.

Holi-The Festival of Colours, 2020

For Indian people living in Sydney, Hindu Council Australia has arranged Holi Festival where you can experience lots of fun activities such as colours galore, colour play, cultural programs, mouth-watering food, live DJ and cultural dance. Not only this, your kids can enjoy free fun rides there as well. 

This Holi festival will take place on March 15th, 2020 on Sunday. So make your weekend memorable while rejoicing the Holi. The timings for the festival of colours starts from 11 AM till 5 PM. Assure your presence at Civic Park Targo Road, Pendle Hill NSW 2145, Australia. 


Holi 2020, Festival of Colours

Holi Festival in Perth

Holi-a day worth rejoicing is near. Indians living in the city of Perth can enjoy Holi 2020 in the vicinity of their city to feel the blessings of their culture festivities. In this Holi festival, you will get the chance to play with Holi powder and playfully throw it on your loved ones. 

What’s more? The entry is free for all, and you can enjoy many fun rides there as well as some delicious Indian food to savour will also be available. You can also enjoy dance and music performances in this Holi festival. 

This Indian colour festival will take place on March 8th 2020 at 11:00 AM and will last at 5:00 PM. Venue location for this Holi festival is at Langley Park, Perth. 

Let’s welcome this spring and victory of good over evil by celebrating Holi 2020 while living in any Australian city. 

Chirag Thakkar

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