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Africultures Festival 2022

Welcome to the biggest annual African Festival in Australia! What an amazing, fun, festive and exciting day we bring you every year to spread African Food, Culture, Music, Dancing, Drums and more. The celebration is a one-day event that is held in Cathy Freeman Park, Sydney Olympic Park with the intent of bridging the cultural gap and awareness of Africans in Australia.


Entering its 14th-year, Africultures Festival is Australia’s largest African festival showcasing the many vibrant cultures of the African continent. This one-day festival draws thousands of people from across Australia to immerse in the culture, food, music and arts of Africa. From bustling market stalls selling arts and fashion to a vibrant line up of dancers and musicians to delicious food from around Africa, this festival is a jam-packed day full of fun for the whole family.

Nile Food Court

African cuisine at its best from all walks of the AfricanOz community in Australia.

Kilimanjaro & SERENGETTI StageS

Our two stages filled with excellent performances including artists, dancers, drummers and unique African performances.

African Market Place

Over 35 commercial and information stalls selling African products such as clothing, fabrics, home wares and accessories.

Kanu Sports Zone

Get into our sports zone with soccer and basketball activities.

African Dance Workshops

Experience the rhythm and beats of Africa by getting involved in our workshops.​

Fashion Parade

Get involved and show us what you wore on the day for a chance to be part of the festival by showcasing it on STAGE.

Africultures Cup

A one day six a side soccer tournament for teams from the African continent. Tournament will take place in the Sports Halls Field (entry via Grand Parade).

Watotos Corner

(Kids Zone) Bring your kids and let them enjoy an array of activities including face painting and mask making.

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